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The 10 or so people gathering in a 1920s home in St. Paul might have been meeting for the first time, but they forged an instant bond. Their parents or grandparents 80 years ago stood together and fought in the streets of Minneapolis for the right to organize a union during 1934’s Teamsters strikes.

These descendants included the grandchildren of notable strike leaders like Vincent “Ray” Dunne. They also included people who knew little about their parent’s or grandparent’s involvement —only that daddy or grandpa took part and that it was damned important.

One by one, as they shared their stories, the descendants also expressed a common calling in life: to stand up for what’s right and to work to make the world a better place.
Descendants of 1934's Teamster strikers carry proud legacy | Twin Cities Daily Planet