Today, President Biden showed his commitment to bringing reliable, high speed internet service to every American by re-nominating Acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel and nominating Gigi Sohn to fill the FCC’s vacant seat.
October 22, 2021
The latest CWA organizing news.
On Monday, CWA President Chris Shelton addressed the delegates to the 78th CWA Convention, held virtually for the first time ever.
You can read all about the resolutions adopted during CWA's 78th Convention here.
Convention attendees heard from CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens and U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh, among others.
Last week, in a win for the striking healthcare workers at Catholic Health System’s Mercy Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y., New York State Attorney General Letitia James issued a Cease and Desist order to scab company Huffmaster.
As part of an ongoing series, we are spotlighting CWA members across the country who are candidates for office in upcoming elections.
CWAers around the country are fighting for worker power.
Yesterday, Senate Republicans once again used the filibuster loophole to block even having a debate on the Freedom to Vote Act.
In his remarks, President Shelton acknowledged the difficulties of dealing with a global pandemic and how its impact has been exacerbated by the ongoing challenges facing working families including the climate crisis, public health crisis, political extremism, attacks on voting rights and corporate greed.
2022 Bargaining Team
Earlier this month, new members of CWA’s Broadband Brigade joined other CWA activists for a 2-day Build Broadband Better training.
The latest bargaining information for the Indian River County School Board and Piedmont Airlines.
Although airports receive billions in federal funding annually, there are no uniform standards for wages and benefits for frontline airport workers.
CWAers are supporting pro-workers candidates in Virginia.
Luxottica union members in Italy met virtually with Luxottica workers in the United States, to share their different experiences and discuss strategies to solve some of the challenges the workers in the U.S are facing.
Join AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler and Stacy Abrams for a Critical Discussion on Protecting Voting Rights and the Power of Organized Labor
Tonight AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler and Fair Fight Action founder Stacey Abrams will hold a fireside chat focusing on the connection between democracy at the voting booth and in the workplace.
Last Friday, nearly 2,000 healthcare workers at Catholic Health System’s Mercy Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y., members of CWA Local 1133, went on strike after the hospital system failed to reach a fair agreement on a new contract.
Governor Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.), in a win for CWA members, wireless workers, and consumers, vetoed a bill that would have put industry profits over worker safety.