A deadname is the name a transgender person was given before transitioning.
Join us on Saturday, June 19, at 1:30 pm ET, for a virtual event to celebrate Juneteenth.
The Act suspends security assistance to the Philippines until President Rodrigo Duterte's regime ends its brutal campaign targeting labor leaders and activists.
Supporters of the For the People Act rallied on the steps of the Supreme Court yesterday to speak out about the necessity of passing the bill in order to realize the promise of our democracy.
This year's event will highlight Juneteenth's significance for the labor movement and the ongoing work CWAers have been engaged in over the past year to build an anti-racist union.
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.
This training is designed to provide the knowledge, tools and skills needed to effectively prevent and combat gender-based harassment and discrimination in our workplaces, our union, and our communities.
Arizona Activists Increase Pressure for Ending the Filibuster to Pass Legislation to Build Union Member Power
Last Thursday, CWA members joined hundreds at End the Filibuster rallies to increase the pressure on U.S. Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly to declare their support for ending the filibuster.
The For the People Act ensures that eligible voters can participate in elections and reduces the role of large donations in political campaigns.
NEW REPORT: University System of Georgia Job Cuts Disproportionately Impacted Black Employees, Service and Clerical Workers and Part-Time Faculty During COVID-19 Pandemic
Black employees, service and clerical workers, and part-time faculty across the 25 University System of Georgia (USG) institutions analyzed disproportionately had their jobs cut during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NELP Report: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Intentionally Suppressed Wages for Tens of Thousands of Federally Contracted Call Center Workers
A new report from the National Employment Law Project (NELP) released today reveals the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has suppressed wages for federally contracted call center workers.
CWA activists' efforts to inform voters about the For the People Act and get them to contact their Senators have been paying off.
Last week, Stan Kiino, a member of AFA-CWA Local 29011 wrote a powerful letter to fellow union members on the occasion of Asian American Heritage Month.
The Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), AFL-CIO, sends heartfelt greetings during this Asian American Heritage Month.
The latest bargaining information for Delaware Department Of Health & Special Services and Frontier Communications.
On April 21, three leaders of CWA's Civil Rights and Equity Committee (CRE) and Women's Committee led a discussion with graduate students about the challenges faced by frontline labor activists and organizers, who often find themselves fighting racism while building worker power.
Today's verdict finding Derek Chauvin guilty of the murder of George Floyd is a step toward justice for Floyd, his family members, and all those who have been affected by his brutal murder. But it is not enough.
The goal is to ensure public safety and network resilience while protecting consumers and closing the digital divide.
President Joe Biden has five words for Republicans who say that his American Jobs Plan should be scaled back to focus on "traditional" infrastructure like roads and bridges.
On April 8th and 9th, more than 175 CWA members gathered for the first ever virtual District 7 Conference.
President Joe Biden announced his plan to rebuild our country, create millions of good, union jobs in the United States, and make sure that corporations pay their fair share of taxes.
The Committee for Better Banks released a new racial justice report grading 13 big banks on diversity measures.
Millions of people across the country don't have access to affordable broadband due to the digital divide – a cycle of profit-driven discrimination that has only grown worse during the pandemic.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Asian American communities around the country have been targeted by groups and individuals who are driven by white supremacist and misogynistic beliefs and encouraged by right-wing politicians and media figures. The tragedy in Atlanta occurred in a climate of anti-Asian hate and scapegoating.