CWA members have been rallying outside Senators’ offices, signing postcards and participating in phone banks to build support for the PRO Act.
The latest information on legislation which may effect CWA and its members.
After withstanding years of attacks and weathering the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we urgently need to fight for our public services, and CWA members and public workers who provide them.
Booker is running for the seat currently held by Senator Rand Paul.
A new report from Common Cause that was developed in partnership with CWA examines how lobbying and political spending have shaped the digital divide.
CWA members are joining other workers at actions outside of all 100 U.S. Senators' offices this week to urge them to pass the PRO Act.
What's going on around the country in the fight against voter suppression.
The AFL-CIO’s nationwide PRO Act week of action starts this Saturday, July 17.
Miranda Schubert, a steering committee member of CWA Local 7065-United Campus Workers of Arizona, is running for Tucson City Council to bring a voice for working class people to the table.
CWA Supports Provisions in President Biden’s Executive Order on Competitiveness that Empower Workers and Promote Internet Access
In his Executive Order on Competitiveness, President Joe Biden once again puts workers front and center.
CWA launched a television and digital ad campaign to educate the public and legislators about the importance of making sure that broadband infrastructure is built by skilled union workers.
Check out this great new video of CWA members talking about what building worker power with the PRO Act means to them.
The CWA Virginia State Council has endorsed Terry McAuliffe for Governor.
Communications Workers of America Launches ‘Build Broadband Better’ Campaign to Ensure Affordability and Widespread Deployment by Qualified Union Workers
(CWA) has launched the “Build Broadband Better” campaign to ensure that the funding results in affordable, reliable broadband for all Americans and creates good union jobs.
The Virginia State Council of the Communications Workers of America announced today that they have endorsed Terry McAuliffe for Governor.
Education, Telecom and Service Worker Unions Urge Biden to Appoint Rosenworcel Permanent Chair of Federal Communications Commission
This week, leaders of five prominent labor unions sent a letter to President Joe Biden urging him to appoint Jessica Rosenworcel permanent Chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Biden named Rosenworcel Acting Chair in January.
FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel held a virtual fireside chat to discuss how the FCC is addressing the pressing need for affordable, reliable broadband service.
CWA members have been mobilizing to pass the PRO Act, but many people have still not heard about this critical bill which will give workers the tools they need to build power at their workplaces.
The latest efforts by CWA Next Generation and Black Voters Matter to fight back against voter suppression.
On Monday, Mapbox worker Jenn Chow joined Vice President Kamala Harris and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh for a roundtable discussion as part of the Biden administration’s Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment.
On Tuesday, in a 50-50 vote, Republican U.S. Senators refused to begin debating the For the People Act, also known as S.1.
Join us on June 29 at 7:30 pm ET for a virtual fireside chat with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel.
Wednesday’s Supreme Court decision equating allowing union organizers access to speak to agricultural workers at their workplaces with the taking of private property without just compensation demonstrates just how extremist the current Supreme Court majority is when it comes to promoting corporate interests over the rights of working people.
Today, Senate Republicans refused to even begin debate and negotiation on the For the People Act. Every single Republican Senator chose to hide behind a filibuster vote instead of explaining on the record to the American people why they oppose this important legislation.