The award, presented by the Roosevelt Institute, honors individuals whose careers exemplify President Roosevelt's extraordinary dedication to public service.
As their first piece of legislation in the new session of Congress, House Democrats are introducing a comprehensive bill to restore our democracy and end corruption.
Yesterday’s introduction of H.R. 1, the For the People Act, demonstrates that the new Democratic majority in the House of Representatives understands the need for fundamental reform of our political system.
Older Workers Open Up New Fronts in Campaign to Stop Age Bias By Hundreds of Major Employers Who Have Hidden Job Ads from Older Workers on Facebook
Today, older workers, CWA, and Outten & Golden LLP announced major new steps in their campaign to stop hundreds of major companies from excluding tens of millions of older workers from receiving job ads that the companies distribute via Facebook’s paid ad platform.
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.
As key Senate and House votes approach next week, CWAers continue to fight against the GOP's awful tax bill.
CWA members made thousands of phone calls last week, demanding that Congress reject its misguided health care proposal.
Bank workers from across the country descended on the Santander Boston headquarters on Monday to demonstrate the growing movement of opposition the bank faces over unethical banking practices and poor working conditions.
In January 2016, CWA Local 7076 began an internal organizing program that made communication with members and non-members a top priority.
CWAers in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere, participated in International Women's Day.
No matter who we voted for last November, none of us want a cabinet filled with Wall Street billionaires or fast-food executives who prefer robots to human workers.
More than 500 CWAers will march together, joining tens of thousands of other activists participating in the Women's March on Washington on Jan. 21.
CWAers have launched a major campaign to fight back against a corporate cabinet that puts the worst of Wall Street insiders in charge of our government.
Today, across our country, workers and civil rights activists, people of faith, human rights activists, and many others are standing together and standing strong, ready to defend the achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King and so many others.
So far, more than 500 CWAers are participating in the Women's March on Washington the day after the presidential inauguration, with more expected to join.
CWA did the best political work in our history. We had record numbers of volunteers, more engagement, and more financial contributions than ever. Unfortunately, the results on Election Day were not what we had worked towards.
The following is a statement by CWA President Chris Shelton on the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Political action updates from Arizona, New York, North Carolina and Wisconsin.
"CWA Women for Political Power" is a new program mobilizing CWAers to support candidates who will adopt policies important to working women.
Last week, more than 40 CWA members participated in shop stewards' training on mobilizing around workplace issues.
The CWA National Civil Rights and Equity Committee and the CWA National Women's Committee hosted their biennial conference on human rights this week in Atlanta, Georgia.
A new CWA initiative, CWA Women for Political Power, has hit the ground running.