CWAers and other activists from across the country rallied in front of the White House demanding that our elected officials pass voting rights legislation.
Congratulations to all of the CWAers who won elected office and to all CWAers who have been in the forefront mobilizing to elect pro-worker candidates.
CWA activists have been visiting Congressional offices in person and making phone calls to build support for the Build Back Better Act.
The CWA Joe Beirne Foundation will award 16 partial college scholarships of $4,000 each for two years for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Join us tonight for a virtual celebration of the accomplishments of our districts, locals and sectors and to honor outstanding achievements in organizing, political action, and more.
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The Build Back Better framework announced by President Biden will fund transformational programs that solve real problems that working people face.
The latest information about Catholic Health, Piedmont Airlines, and Point Park University faculty.
The latest information about who is voting to join with CWA.
The latest on how CWAers are fighting for worker power around the country.
On Wednesday, eight military veterans from across CWA District 3 graduated from the Veterans Organizing Institute (VOI).
Join us on November 4 for the virtual celebration.
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.
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.