50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act

As we celebrate this landmark legislation, remember, there is still work to be done. Virginia Anderson-Dunbar gives the history.

Civil Rights Act Signing

Jul 17, 2014

Detroit, Turn on the Water!

Tomorrow CWA activists will march with registered nurses, community leaders, clergy, labor unions, environmentalists and Netroots Nation participants to protest Detroit's program to cut off water to thousands of residents who aren't able to pay their bills. Read More

Jul 17, 2014

Movement Building: Pride@Work Wants T-Mobile to Stop Violating Workers Rights

You're not fooling anyone, T-Mobile US, says Pride@Work, an advocacy group of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Labor and Allies. Read More

Jul 10, 2014

North Carolina Pre-season Political Boot Camp

As the 2014 midterm elections loom large, members from 16 CWA locals in North Carolina gathered in Charlotte this week to participate in an intensive one-day political training boot camp to prepare. Read More

Jul 10, 2014

T-Mobile Is A Two-Faced Union Buster

There are two sides to T-Mobile. Read More

Jul 3, 2014

Helping Ease the Path to Citizenship

CWA and allies have kicked off a program to help people already on the path to citizenship—green card holders—begin to navigate the road to becoming Americans. Read More