Labor Day traditionally marks the homestretch of election season. As we race toward November 3rd, working people have more at stake than ever before.
The COVID-19 relief package passed by Congress in March provided funding to keep workers on the payroll, improved access to paid leave, and expanded unemployment benefits.
The podcast "Who Is?" has just released an episode focusing on Paul Singer, the billionaire hedge fund CEO behind Elliott Management's predatory campaign to destroy AT&T.
The Committee for Better Banks released a new analysis of the nation's 12 largest retail banks' COVID-19 response, finding major shortcomings in how the nation's wealthiest industry has handled the pandemic.
In his keynote address to CWA's Virtual Legislative-Political Conference on Monday, CWA President Chris Shelton discussed our national economic, health, and racial justice crises and the importance of this fall's elections.
Join CWA President Chris Shelton, CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens, Senator Elizabeth Warren, the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II, and CWA frontline workers tomorrow, May 1, at 7:30 pm ET/4:30 pm PT for a Facebook Live discussion.
As the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to unfold, CWA members are fighting to ensure that the health, safety, and financial security of working people are not ignored in favor of policies that would only benefit the 1%.
CWA legislative activists have been engaging with their members of Congress and Senators to make sure that the coronavirus emergency relief bill addresses the needs of working people, not just CEOs and Wall Street.
The vote in support of this bill is an important first step towards ensuring that companies that offshore call center and customer service jobs are not rewarded with taxpayer dollars.
Candidates in North Carolina, California, and Texas won their primaries.
A year ago, the U.S. House passed the For the People Act, sponsored by Representative John Sarbanes (D-Md.).
On Valentine's Day, CWA members across the country held protests to call out Members of Congress who voted against the PRO Act.
Thanks to the tireless work of CWA members and a broad coalition of labor, civil rights, environmental, religious, immigrant rights, and women's groups, the U.S. House passed historic legislation to make it easier for workers to join a union.
Over the past few months, CWA members have worked tirelessly to build support for the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act.
CWAers are fighting to make billionaires pay their fair share!
The House of Representatives is expected to vote on the historic bill next week.
CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens and AFA-CWA President Sara Nelson spoke at a Poor People's Campaign press conference this week in Washington, D.C.
CWA President Chris Shelton to Mitch McConnell: Do Your Job and Put For the People Act Up for a Vote
As part of a coalition of more than 145 groups working together to fix our broken democracy, CWA President Chris Shelton called on Mitch McConnell to put the For the People Act up for a vote.
"Does she think that it is okay for corporations to have so much control over our lives?"
CWA Releases New Report on How Outsourcing, Restructuring, and Consolidation are Harming Workers and Consumers
The report uses government data to show how major airline carriers have used outsourcing, restructuring, and consolidation to suppress wages and erode the quality of jobs in the airline industry.
CWA President Chris Shelton spoke to activists at the CWA National Legislative-Political Retreat about how critical it is to take back the White House and the U.S. Senate with pro-union candidates in 2020.
CWA members and other groups gathered outside the courthouse of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger trial to express their concerns.
The protest took place ahead of a Manhattan Institute panel discussion Wednesday at noon on how the richest New Yorkers can fight new laws which would expand tenant protections.
Last week, T-Mobile announced three new “un-carrier moves,” but the announcements don’t hold up to close scrutiny.