Last week, CWAers participated in a "Fight for the Vote" rally for justice and democracy.
CWA members from Alabama and Georgia attended the 57th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday March in Selma, Ala., where they marched across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
CWAers around the country participated in events to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Yesterday Senate Republicans blocked critical voting rights bills, the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, with the help of filibuster rules.
CWAers around the country rally to protect our democracy, fight for voting rights, and strengthen collective bargaining rights.
Sick leave for aviation workers in Illinois, fighting for Build Back Better, and more.
On Wednesday, in the latest of a series of protests, CWAers, coalition partners, and other activists rallied in front of the White House to demand action on voting rights.
CWAers and other activists from across the country rallied in front of the White House demanding that our elected officials pass voting rights legislation.
The latest on how CWAers are fighting for worker power around the country.
Join AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler and Stacy Abrams for a Critical Discussion on Protecting Voting Rights and the Power of Organized Labor
Tonight AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler and Fair Fight Action founder Stacey Abrams will hold a fireside chat focusing on the connection between democracy at the voting booth and in the workplace.
CWAers continue to fight for voting rights for all.
This Friday, CWAers from across the country will be participating in a national day of action to put pressure on the Senate to pass the Freedom to Vote Act.
CWAers joined thousands of activists in cities across the country to demand federal voting rights protections on Saturday.
On August 28, the 58th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic March on Washington, CWAers and other activists will march on cities across America to demand federal voting rights protection.
On Monday, activists from all over the country came to Washington, D.C., for a rally and direct action led by poor people, low-wage workers, and faith leaders.
What's going on around the country in the fight against voter suppression.
The latest efforts by CWA Next Generation and Black Voters Matter to fight back against voter suppression.
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.
Passing the For the People Act to ensure that Americans can freely cast our ballots so that every voice is heard continues to be a top priority for CWA activists.
Supporters of the For the People Act rallied on the steps of the Supreme Court yesterday to speak out about the necessity of passing the bill in order to realize the promise of our democracy.
This year's event will highlight Juneteenth's significance for the labor movement and the ongoing work CWAers have been engaged in over the past year to build an anti-racist union.
Arizona Activists Increase Pressure for Ending the Filibuster to Pass Legislation to Build Union Member Power
Last Thursday, CWA members joined hundreds at End the Filibuster rallies to increase the pressure on U.S. Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly to declare their support for ending the filibuster.
The For the People Act ensures that eligible voters can participate in elections and reduces the role of large donations in political campaigns.
CWA activists' efforts to inform voters about the For the People Act and get them to contact their Senators have been paying off.