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Locked out Alcoa workers rally outside shareholders' meeting

Julia Mericle
Locked out Alcoa workers rally outside shareholders' meeting

About 200 Alcoa Corp. (NYSE: AA) employees from Quebec who said they have been locked out of their jobs since January 11, 2018 demonstrated outside the aluminum manufacturing giant’s annual shareholders meeting Wednesday morning in downtown Pittsburgh. The group, part of the United Steelworkers union Local 9700, joined together in loud chants for fair contracts and sang songs in unison with the lyrics “We don’t need Alcoa’s greed. Roy Harvey, we just want to talk,” referencing the company’s CEO and president.