CWA Local 1036 stewards and activists in New Jersey gathered for a CWA Reversing Runaway Inequality training over the weekend.
Bank workers from the Committee for Better Banks, a CWA project, escalated their fight for better working conditions last week.
CWA Local 1298 members in Connecticut gathered for a CWA Runaway Inequality training last week.
Piedmont agent Heather Hudson shared her powerful personal story of how the American Airlines-owned subsidiary is paying its workers poverty wages at a town hall event hosted by Sen. Bernie Sanders.
A new op-ed shines a spotlight on how the Republican corporate tax bill rewards and incentivizes the offshoring of more American jobs.
Bank workers, members of the Committee for Better Banks (CBB), a CWA project, and consumer allies pushed the City Council to hold banks accountable for their unethical behavior.
What is AT&T doing with its massive profits from the Republican corporate tax cut bill? That's the question members of Congress are now asking.
Frontline bank workers are still facing high-pressure quotas, low pay, and few opportunities to advocate for better customer service.
Corporate lobbyists and billionaire mega-donors have been gaining more and more power over our government at every level.
The U.S. Supreme Court this week ruled 5-4 in Janus vs. AFSCME to side with corporate special interests and harm the ability of public sector workers to collectively bargain.
CWA President Chris Shelton appeared on Washington Post Live to discuss how the Republican corporate tax cut bill has failed working families in its first six months.
CWAers in Colorado's 6th Congressional District are out in full force knocking on more than 6,000 doors for a four-week canvass focused on talking to voters about the GOP corporate tax cut bill.
Members of the Florida Times-Union voted to join with Newsguild-CWA.
Instead of using their massive windfall from the Republican corporate tax cut bill to create jobs and raise workers' wages, corporations have been funneling their profits back into their companies through buybacks.
A rundown of CWA's Legislative-Political Conference and the "We the People 2018" Conference.
CWAers have been participating in nonviolent direct actions to fight back against the structures that are undermining our democracy and supporting economic injustice.
CWAers and retirees have been joining tens of thousands of people across the country to participate in nonviolent direct actions to fight back against economic injustice.
This week, the U.S. House passed a bill to roll back protections that were put in place to prevent another financial crisis.
CWA has been fighting for years to build a democracy where everyone participates, every vote is counted, voting rights are fully enforced, and everyone's voice is heard.
CWA filed unfair labor practice (ULP) charges against AT&T and NABET-CWA employer Nexstar Media Group.
CWAers and retirees are joining tens of thousands of people across the country to fight back against the structures that are undermining our democracy and supporting economic injustice.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Congressman Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) this week introduced the Workplace Democracy Act — legislation CWA supports that would restore workers' rights to collectively bargain.
Starting next week, people across the country will participate in nonviolent direct actions to fight back against economic injustice.
CWAers rallied outside AT&T's annual shareholder meeting in Texas, calling on the company to negotiate a fair contract that keeps family-supporting jobs in their communities.