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Black Lives Matter
Our country is in the midst of a very public, widespread response to systemic racism that has long plagued Black and Brown people. This racial inequity, including actions by some police, is exacerbated by the current pandemic that disproportionately affects Black and Brown people. Protesters all over the world are demanding action.
NCTE’s mission is to crush the barriers to women entering high-wage, high-skill careers in union construction. In that work, we prioritize Black and Brown women because the barriers are higher for them. We want to send a message to all Black and Brown people, including in the union trades: your lives matter.
At NCTE, we will continue to support and stand by our Black and Brown sisters and brothers. #BlackLivesMatter #JusticeforGeorgeFloyd #JusticeforBreonnaTaylor and too many others.


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Did you know women in construction enjoy great pay, full benefits, a pension, and paid training? Imagine the life you could have with all of that. With a career in the union building trades, you can build our cities and towns, while building a life that works for you.

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