Lumen Technologies’ Broadband Deployment Discriminates Against Lower-Income & Tribal Areas, According to New Report from Communications Workers of America and National Digital Inclusion Alliance
With 39% of households in Lumen’s footprint lacking access to broadband, CWA and NDIA demand Lumen invest in next-generation networks and highly-skilled union workforce.
National and international labor groups today filed a complaint under the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises alleging severe violations of workers’ freedom of association rights at the Luxottica manufacturing and distribution center in McDonough, Georgia.
CWA Supports Provisions in President Biden’s Executive Order on Competitiveness that Empower Workers and Promote Internet Access
In his Executive Order on Competitiveness, President Joe Biden once again puts workers front and center.
Communications Workers of America Launches ‘Build Broadband Better’ Campaign to Ensure Affordability and Widespread Deployment by Qualified Union Workers
(CWA) has launched the “Build Broadband Better” campaign to ensure that the funding results in affordable, reliable broadband for all Americans and creates good union jobs.
The Virginia State Council of the Communications Workers of America announced today that they have endorsed Terry McAuliffe for Governor.
We are calling on the FAA to act swiftly and decisively to ensure that federal laws against physical and verbal assaults are properly enforced so that all airline employees and passengers are protected.
Education, Telecom and Service Worker Unions Urge Biden to Appoint Rosenworcel Permanent Chair of Federal Communications Commission
This week, leaders of five prominent labor unions sent a letter to President Joe Biden urging him to appoint Jessica Rosenworcel permanent Chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Biden named Rosenworcel Acting Chair in January.
Workers at Change.org, a global platform that empowers people to start and win campaigns that address pressing issues in their lives and communities, announced that they have formed a union, Solidarity at Change, with the Communications Workers of America’s CODE-CWA project.
Wednesday’s Supreme Court decision equating allowing union organizers access to speak to agricultural workers at their workplaces with the taking of private property without just compensation demonstrates just how extremist the current Supreme Court majority is when it comes to promoting corporate interests over the rights of working people.
Today, Senate Republicans refused to even begin debate and negotiation on the For the People Act. Every single Republican Senator chose to hide behind a filibuster vote instead of explaining on the record to the American people why they oppose this important legislation.
For over a decade, CWA members in West Virginia and across our country have been fighting to protect the ability of working people to fully participate in our democracy.
Rising economic stresses, deepening inequality, and the COVID-19 public health crisis of 2020-2021 have made workers' demands for fairness and freedom more urgent, yet they have met only brutal suppression.