According to the Philadelphia Tribune, a local community activist is upset with one of the City's most prominent union leaders - John Dougherty, whose members have allegedly been harassing African-American contractors working at a School District of Philadelphia construction site. Activist Sacaree Rhodes said union members working under Dougherty of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Local 98) allegedly threatened the African-American contractors and "encouraged" them to join their union.
Friday, August 26, 2005
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