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    Sisters and Brothers,

    I would like to personally wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. Even when we are in these tough times and nothing seems to be going our way it is easy to see the good if you look for it. We are all employed and haven't lost jobs (we are gaining) as some of our fellows have within the community, we have stood our ground at the negotiations table and in the plant, our team is educated and is filing all appropriate charges (I turn in the remainder of my affidavits tomorrow or Monday for ULP charges), we are getting paid for the holidays and expect a productivity bonus check on the first Friday in December (payroll shared they're already working on it), we are POWERFUL when we stick together, and the list can go on and on. I also would like to say that there is a bit of good in the worst situation/statements and a bit of bad in the best situation/statements and it is solely up to us what we choose to engage in. Lastly, if nobody told you they're thankful for you today know that I am thankful to all my Sisters and Brothers in my UAW family and there is nothing you can do about it.

    Brett Whyde

    UAW Local 1216 President/Building Chairman

    UAW FnG Council President

Wednesday, November 25

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    The UAW Local 900 Leadership would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!

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    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    10:21am

    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    10:21am

    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    10:21am

    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    10:21am

    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome any...

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    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome...

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    Every year, as I think about the Thanksgiving holiday, I always try to concentrate on the things that we as a union, and our sisters and brothers in solidarity everywhere, have to be thankful for. And, as always, there is much to be thankful for. But what to say about 2020? A year that has brought so much sickness with COVID-19, so much social upheaval and unrest and a presidential election that has only underscored the deep divides in how our nation is to go forward. Put it this way, no one I know signed up for 2020. This year has been like nothing any of us ever saw coming; it’s been like nothing we could ever have prepared for. But despite everything, I am seeing that there are still blessings out there that need counting.

    This has been a year of tremendous growth, of needed healing and understanding and of Solidarity.

    Thanksgiving

    Earlier this month, marked one year since I became President of the UAW. I was honored to accept this enormous responsibility. I’ve been a member of this union for more than 40 years and when I accepted the office of President, the UAW had entered a very dark chapter. We were facing one of the most serious issues in our history — a loss of trust from both our membership and working families across this nation due to a corruption scandal that touched the very highest office in this union.

    In response, my top priority as president of the UAW was to do everything in my power, along with the International Executive Board (IEB), to regain the trust and the standing that this great union of ours built through generations of fighting for the rights of working families. Generations of members stepping up at every turn to do the right thing, standing in picket lines, challenging multinational corporations, marching with civil rights leaders, advising presidents and demonstrating courage in the most difficult moments.

    Myself along with the rest of our leadership team, put that legacy at the forefront of our efforts to turn things around. And we went to work: It’s been a year of unprecedented challenges, of loss, of crises and frankly, of pain. But it has also been a year of coming together, showing our strength, remembering our fundamental values and the foundation that this union was built upon. It has been a year of growing, of bonding and putting things right. And it has reminded us of how when we come together in Solidarity, we can meet any challenge, we can change our nation and our communities for the better, and we can overcome...

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