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Nearly 50,000 Auto Workers go on strike after years of tirelessly helping General Motors reach record-level profits.
Eric Seggi was honored during the Organized Labor United Way Kick Off for his outstanding community services, leadership and dedication.
We will be honoring Morty on October 23rd at 11 am at the Historic Sixth and I Synagogue in Washington, DC.
The appellate court adopted the draft judgment prepared by the NLRB, with certain modifications.
This is to inform you that we will be announcing the application process for the CWA Joe Beirne Foundation’s scholarship for the 2018-2019 school year.
NABET-CWA and the NewsGuild-CWA are urging members and supporters to sign a petition opposing plans by the Federal Communications Commission to eliminate longstanding rules governing media ownership.
Participants from CWA's Minorities-Leadership Institute (MLI) gathered this week in Washington, DC, for the second week of the 2017 training program.
NABET-CWA members joined workers gathered in Chicago to call for transnational labor solidarity in the fact of NAFTA.
Hurricanes Irma and Maria have devastated Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Florida. Your contributions to the D3 Disaster Relief Fund will go directly to assist CWA members who have been affected by this disaster.
CWA President Chris Shelton is urging locals and members to donate to the CWA Hurricane Harvey Solidarity Fund. Many CWA members have lost everything.
The first Labor Day – held in 1882 – was the idea of the Central Labor Union of New York, which proposed a celebration honoring the American worker.