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George Floyd is a name that won’t soon be forgotten.

His death—with a cop’s knee on his neck as he lay restrained on a Minneapolis pavement and declared “I can’t breathe”—outraged the nation and sparked an uprising. Thousands of demonstrators across the U.S., in Hawaii, and worldwide took to the streets to protest racism, police brutality, income inequality, socio-economic disparities—and to proclaim that “Black Lives Matter.”  

The ILWU stands in solidarity with all who fight for racial, social, economic and political justice—including the protesters calling for changes in police policies and practices, an end to racism, and removal of the current occupant of the White House.  

Amid the COVID-19 crisis facing the country today, a pivotal election is coming up in less than six months. Register to vote—and be sure your vote is counted on November 3.

Statement by ILWU Local 142 President Donna Domingo posted to the Local 142 Facebook page on June 10, 2020.

Letter from ILWU International President Adams to Minnesota Governor Walz on the murder of George Floyd

Racial, Economic, and Social Justice

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