This week at a congressional hearing, CWA President Chris Shelton testified on the failure of telecom companies to upgrade their networks and called on Congress to take action to expand broadband access.
Two years ago, AT&T moved 100 call center jobs out of Meriden, Conn., presenting workers with an impossible decision: uproot their lives and move to Georgia or Tennessee, or lose their jobs.
Twenty-five CWA activists from across the country participated in a training session last week to learn how to run CWA's "Reversing Runaway Inequality" workshops.
The ability to vote and to have a voice are critical to the health of our democracy.
Congratulations to the newest class of military veterans who completed the CWA Veterans for Social Change training last week.
In a letter to the Commission, the attorneys general detailed how Verizon's acquisition of TracFone could negatively impact the Lifeline program.
Confirmation hearings for President Biden's pick for Secretary of Labor, Marty Walsh, have begun, and we need your help to push him over the line.
Levin and Fitzpatrick Reintroduce SAFE Workers Act to Allow Electronic Voting in NLRB Union Elections
This week, CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens joined Reps. Andy Levin (D-Mich.) and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Penn.) for a virtual press conference on the reintroduction of the bipartisan Secure And Fair Elections for (SAFE) Workers Act.
On Monday, President Biden issued an executive order to update and strengthen Buy American requirements for federal spending.
Last week, NewsGuild-CWA members at The New Yorker held a 24-hour work stoppage to demand fair wages and a transparent, equitable salary structure.
CWA has established a memorial page for members who have lost their lives to COVID-19.
CWA Local 3204 member Adonis Brevard was featured in a virtual event hosted by Biden's Presidential Inaugural Committee.
CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens was featured on a Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act national virtual townhall co-hosted by CWA, the AFL-CIO, and the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT).
Gloucester County library workers, who organized to join CWA Local 1085 in 2019, celebrated the overwhelming ratification of their first contract.
It's time to build worker power! Join us tonight at 7pm Eastern for a virtual town hall co-hosted by CWA.
Walsh is a longtime union member and labor leader, and a great choice to serve as Biden's Labor Secretary for working people.
CWA leaders will be featured on panels at the AFL-CIO's MLK Civil and Human Rights Conference, which will be held virtually this week.
CWA issued a statement on Wednesday calling for corporations to demand refunds from and cease contributions to the Republican Attorneys General Association, which played a key role in promoting last week's riots.
Fuse Media, a Latino-owned and managed cable network, has alleged that AT&T is forcing it off of its distribution platforms in favor of programming from WarnerMedia, which is owned by AT&T.
With this week's victories for Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, working people in Georgia and across the United States have ensured that their voices will be heard on Capitol Hill in 2021 and beyond.
CWA and AT&T agreed to extend two contracts covering 24,000 technicians, call center customer support workers, and representatives.
AT&T workers and community allies rallied together to demand change at AT&T Mobility's Vallejo store after an assistant manager sexually assaulted a worker in October.
TracFone is now one of the largest providers of Lifeline services, a federal program that makes phone and internet services more affordable for low-income customers.
Yesterday, the world watched as armed insurrectionists, with the encouragement of the President of the United States, launched an attack on the Capitol in an attempt to undermine our democracy and prevent Congress from certifying the results of the Presidential election.