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Published on Jan 22, 2012
On March 24, 1911, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters chartered one of its first and largest affiliates in the nation — Teamsters Joint Council 25. Over the last century, the Joint Council has represented millions of hardworking men and women throughout the Chicago area, expanding across Illinois and northwest Indiana. From its earliest days of horse-and-wagon drivers, its membership has run the gamut, from transporters, haulers and truck drivers to health care workers, law enforcement officers and zookeepers. Today, the eternal fight for working families continues under the leadership of President John T. Coli, the Joint Council Executive Board and 20 affiliated local unions. The history of Joint Council 25 is a powerful legacy of empowerment, equality and justice... 100 years in the making.