Prepare for a three-day work week.  The terminals in Oakland will be closed in observance of Independence Day on Thursday and Bloody Thursday on Friday.
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Yes, Bloody Thursday can be any day of the week.  It does not have to be on a Thursday.  Bloody Thursday commemorates a waterfront labor strike in San Francisco resulting in a riot on Thursday, July 5, 1934 and the death of two workers.  It is the strike which gave berth to 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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