CWA President Chris Shelton's Statement on Biden's Win: The Work of Healing Our Country Can Now Begin
This election, held during a global pandemic and under a President who has refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power, has been like no other. Yet Americans responded with resolve, voting in record numbers.
Due to the diligence of CWA Local 1060 President Brian Reilly, some Nokia retirees will be receiving a refund check in the mail!
Leading up to Georgia's June 9th primary, CWA retirees went into high gear to phonebank, knowing the high stakes in this year's elections for retirees and working people.
CWA members and retirees in Phoenix joined weekly phone banks along with other labor and community groups to help defeat two citywide ballot initiatives.
CWA members have been going all out to fight to protect workers, making hundreds of phone calls to legislators asking them to stand with the governor.
Under the agreement, the tech giant will make sweeping changes to its paid advertising platform to prevent discrimination in employment, housing, and credit advertising.
On Tuesday, CWA-endorsed candidate Kate Gallego was elected as the next Mayor of Phoenix in a runoff election.
Former CWA President Morty Bahr was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Elderly Housing Development & Operations Corporation.
CWAers and retirees have been participating in nonviolent direct actions to fight back against the structures that are undermining our democracy and supporting economic injustice.
There's a massive lobbying effort underway right now to give big tax breaks to millionaires and corporations at the expense of the rest of us.
The 2017 Meeting of the CWA RMC will be held in Pittsburgh, PA on August 5, 2017 at the Westin Convention Center Hotel.
The Alliance for Retired Americans (ARA) is rolling out a grassroots, national campaign to block proposed cuts and changes to Medicare that Republicans plan to pursue.
U.S. Cathay Pacific Airways Cabin Crew, supported by AFA-CWA, Bay Area labor, and allies, rallied in front of Cathay Pacific U.S. corporate offices this week.
CWA President Chris Shelton and about 50 CWAers joined more than a thousand members of the United Mine Workers Union and other union activists at a Capitol Hill rally today.
New Jersey State Senate president Steve Sweeney announced that he would not post the Constitutional Amendment to protect New Jersey public worker pensions for a final vote in the Senate.
This week, CWA members, retirees, staff, and leaders were joined by other public sector union members at the New Jersey Statehouse to demand that the Constitutional Amendment to ensure pension payments be put up for a vote and passed in the Senate.
CWA retirees participated in movement building training in Minneapolis.
June 2016 New RMC General Board are Sworn Into Office by CWA President Chris Shelton
CWA stewards and members in New Jersey support legislation that would place a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot this November to guarantee pension payments for the state's public worker pension system.
CWA activists in New Jersey are mobilizingto build support for a constitutional amendment that will require the government to fully fund public workers' pensions.
RMC speaks up for retirees at meeting with Verizon CEO, Lowell C. McAdam.
IUE-CWA retirees leafleted shareholders outside the General Electric Co. annual meeting in Jacksonville, Fla., and IUE-CWA locals in other locations held solidarity demonstrations outside GE facilities.
RMC Media Sector President, Bill Freeda, makes a statement at the GE Share-Owners Meeting in Jacksonville, FL.
We will be having a NATIONWIDE RALLY(s) on Weds, April 27...the Day of GE's Annual Shareowners Meeting. Kevin Mahar, fro