Employees at the L.A. Times won a big victory when they voted to form a union with NewsGuild-CWA at the end of January.
Last week, a judge ruled that a sexual harassment case brought by a former T-Mobile worker can proceed to trial in a federal court.
Astatement from CWA District 6 Vice President Claude Cummings as part of the observation of the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
CWA took part in the Democracy Initiative (DI) Annual meeting, a convening of the 60+ partner organizations of the DI to plan for 2018 and beyond.
CWA members participated in a "Fight Forward" training to learn how to build power through local activism and mobilization.
Statement by CWA Vice President Claude Cummings, head of CWA's Human Rights Program.
In addition to CWA STRONG, delegates to the 76th convention adopted several resolutions about NAFTA, call centers, and more.
Study results confirm that pay disparities at the company are very real, and longstanding.
CWAers in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere, participated in International Women's Day.
The Berger-Marks Foundation honored six young women social justice leaders with this year's awards.
More than 1,000 CWA women and men came to Washington, D.C., last Saturday to stand up for justice and dignity for all and to protect our rights.
More than 500 CWAers will march together, joining tens of thousands of other activists participating in the Women's March on Washington on Jan. 21.
Today, across our country, workers and civil rights activists, people of faith, human rights activists, and many others are standing together and standing strong, ready to defend the achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King and so many others.
So far, more than 500 CWAers are participating in the Women's March on Washington the day after the presidential inauguration, with more expected to join.
CWAers – women and men – are coming to Washington, D.C., on January 21, to join the Women's March on Washington.
On January 21, more than 300 CWAers will be a part of a huge demonstration and march in Washington, D.C.
Donald Trump's comments in the video released on Oct. 7, and other released audio interviews with Trump, confirm him as a man of low character with the mentality of a sexual predator. He can never be allowed to serve as President of our great nation.
A statement by Chris Shelton, President of the Communications Workers of America, on the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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In a piece in the Huffington Post, CWA President Chris Shelton took on Donald Trump's long record of sexism.
"CWA Women for Political Power" is a new program mobilizing CWAers to support candidates who will adopt policies important to working women.
The CWA National Civil Rights and Equity Committee and the CWA National Women's Committee hosted their biennial conference on human rights this week in Atlanta, Georgia.
A new CWA initiative, CWA Women for Political Power, has hit the ground running.
CWA's Human Rights Conference is Aug. 21-24 in Atlanta, Ga. The deadline to register is Aug. 5.
Young CWA activists will meet in Detroit on July 19-July 21 for the 2016 Next Generation Summit.