The marine terminals in Oakland will have the following schedules in honor of Independence Day and Bloody Thursday.

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As a reminder, Bloody Thursday commemorates a strike on the San Francisco waterfront in 1934, culminating in a riot on Thursday, July 5th, which resulted in the death of two people and the birth of the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU). It is the one day of the year members of the ILWU will not work.

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