At a Defend Democracy Town Hall hosted by Our Revolution, CWA President Chris Shelton called on CWA members and allies to hit the streets to "bust the filibuster."
CWA technicians from all over the country joined a training last month to learn how to engage their local governments to advocate for transparency and accountability in their local permitting processes.
On May Day, CWA members and activists held rallies and participated in phone and text banks to draw public attention to the fight to pass the PRO Act.
President Biden's executive order will transform the lives of hundreds of thousands of federal contract workers who have been earning poverty wages for far too long.
With the end of the legislative session last week, Florida CWAers succeeded in fighting off some of the most vicious attacks we've ever seen on working people.
A new report issued by the AFL-CIO, its 30th annual Death on the Job Report, reveals that every day, on average, 275 U.S. workers die from hazardous working conditions.
CWA Local 6143's endorsed candidates won big!
Ryan is a strong supporter of the PRO Act, a critical bill to make it easier for workers to join unions and negotiate strong contracts.
The latest bargaining information for Delaware Department Of Health & Special Services and Frontier Communications.
April 28 is Workers Memorial Day, when we remember workers killed or injured on the job and renew our commitment to fight for strong safety and health protections.
This week, CWA members and allies from the labor movement and beyond are taking part in a PRO Act Week of Action.
Desiree Jackson, a bank worker and member of CWA Local 9412 who helped organize a union at Beneficial State Bank in California, spoke at a listening session of the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs about the importance of passing the PRO Act.
The act would use the federal tax code and federal grants, loans and contracts to stop the outsourcing of American jobs.
Earlier this week, Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) announced that he will be co-sponsoring the PRO Act.
Earlier today, CWA members, retirees and, allies gathered for a town hall to discuss the urgency of passing the For the People Act.
Nelson discussed the success of the Payroll Support Program (PSP) in keeping workers in the airline industry on the job and connected to health care and benefits during the pandemic.
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.
During an event today with UMWA President Cecil Roberts, Senator Joe Manchin announced that he is co-sponsoring the PRO Act.
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 11, CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens joined NewsGuild-CWA activists and more than 35 members of CWA Next Generation to talk about reforming U.S. labor law.
This week, the Workplace Violence Prevention for Health Care and Social Service Workers Act is up for a vote on the House floor.
On April 8th and 9th, more than 175 CWA members gathered for the first ever virtual District 7 Conference.