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Fighting for Worker Power

For 85 years, corporate special interests have spent billions to deploy an army of lobbyists and lawyers to orchestrate a relentless campaign to disempower working people. We are fighting back, and with a new president and a new Congress we have the opportunity to rebuild worker power.

Support for unions is at its highest level in decades, and millions of workers need training and support to bring union power to their workplaces. We cannot let employers use the pandemic as an excuse to erode our collective bargaining agreements.

Black Lives Matter

CWA leaders and members have participated in a series of virtual training sessions on building an anti-racist union; recognizing implicit bias; how to actively dismantle racist systems, ideas, and practices; and how to form Local Human Rights Committees.

Fighting for the Middle Class

Too many Americans do not have access to affordable, reliable broadband. As President Shelton noted when he testified before Congress on the issue, children shouldn't have to sit in a McDonald’s parking lot using the free wifi to do their homework.

CWA News 2020
Spring 2020

Building Worker Power

When workers organize, mobilize, and strike together we can build power and win the wages, benefits, and working conditions we need and deserve.

CWA News Spring 2019
Spring 2019

Keeping CWA Strong

Several extremely wealthy CEOs and investors have made it their mission to make sure nothing stands in their way as they cut jobs, drive down wages, reduce benefits, and gut health and safety regulations. CWA leaders anticipated these challenges.

CWA News Spring 2018
Spring 2018

Our Nation Needs Unions

CWA members will continue to stand up and fight, despite anti-union corporate and political groups who are intent on restricting the freedom of working people to stand together for respect and fairness in the workplace.