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April 15, 2021

CWA Launches State Broadband Oversight Initiatives

The goal is to ensure public safety and network resilience while protecting consumers and closing the digital divide.

Biden Infrastructure
April 15, 2021

High Speed Internet Is Infrastructure

President Joe Biden has five words for Republicans who say that his American Jobs Plan should be scaled back to focus on "traditional" infrastructure like roads and bridges.

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April 15, 2021

CWA Next Generation Hosts Virtual Workshop on the PRO Act

On April 11, CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens joined NewsGuild-CWA activists and more than 35 members of CWA Next Generation to talk about reforming U.S. labor law.

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Workers' Bill of Rights: A Comic Exploration

A new comic book developed by the North Carolina State AFL-CIO includes nine captivating and beautifully illustrated individual stories that demonstrate the need for expanded workers' rights.

New Report: Black, Latino Workers Face Tough Odds of Getting Higher Paid Positions at Leading U.S. Banks

A new CWA report captures the scale and depth of the diversity, equity and inclusion crisis in the U.S. banking industry. The findings indicate that while Black and Latino employees are concentrated at lower levels of employment, they have a substantially lesser chance of holding executive or other higher levels of employment compared to their white counterparts.

New Report Spotlights Small Cell Preemption’s Financial Burden on Cities, Interruption to Digital Equity Initiatives

A new report released today from the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA), with assistance from Communications Workers of America (CWA), spotlights the widespread harms of small cell preemption to cities, local governments and millions of low-income Americans nationwide who continue to lack broadband connectivity.