The following public statement was released by the UBC on January 8, 2021. Washington, D.C. – Throughout the 140-year history of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America we have used peaceful protests as a tool to achieve greater dignity and a higher standard of living for all carpenters. What we saw in
The following public statement was released by the UBC on January 8, 2021. Washington, D.C. — The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC), representing over 500,000 members, announced their support of President-elect Biden’s selection of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as Secretary of Labor. It’s been decades since a union member was appointed
During every election season, UBC members work to help elect candidates who care about issues affecting union carpenters, our families and our communities. Political activism has been a hallmark of our union throughout our history. Between elections, many members also take part in educating office holders on our priorities and pushing legislative issues at all
COVID Awareness Course Numbers Pass 50,000 The COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge all of us, but construction work continues—and members are in high demand on projects of all kinds, thanks to the impact of UBC training. The Carpenters International Training Fund (CITF) recently announced a milestone in its effort to keep UBC members safely on
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Statement from the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Supporting the Right to Peacefully Protest Change doesn’t come easy. Nothing worth working toward ever does. That is why the right to assemble and freedom of speech are at the core of what these United States are all about. We stand with those who