UAW 2244 workers at the Fremont, California NUMMI Toyota GM plant speak out about the closure of the plant, the bankruptcy of GM, and the strategy of the UAW international and local union officials.
Union meetings have been cancelled, violating the union’s bylaws, and members are angry about the failure of the union to represent them. Many feel that the 17.5% investment in GM is the reason the union has left GM off the hook. (The interviews for the video were conducted on 30 January 2010. The union had a rally previously at the plant to protest the closure.)
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