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Civil Rights Conference Energizes Members to Fight for Progress in Tough Times

Progress and challenges were the twin focus of the 2010 CWA Civil Rights and Equity Conference, which drew more than 200 members and leaders to New Orleans last week.

The National Civil Rights and Equity Committee spent months planning the conference.

‘Citizens United’ Decision Allows Spread of Anonymous, Anti-Worker Network

A network of anti-worker, anti-union organizations is getting bigger and more aggressive as it spends hundreds of millions of dollars to steamroll America's working families, a new report from American Rights at Work.

Courts, NLRB Find for Guild Members in Three Critical Cases

Good news for TNG-CWA on three legal fronts: A precedent-setting win against the Chinese Daily News, an NLRB ruling in Puerto Rico and a judge's ruling on retiree health benefits in St. Louis.

Delta Flight Attendants: ‘I Voted for a Better Life!’

Delta flight attendants are sharing their stories of enthusiasm about having a union voice on the AFA-CWA Delta organizing website at www.deltaafa.org. Voting in the National Mediation Board election is underway and continues until 2 pm on Nov. 3.

CWAers Get Out the Vote for Nov. 2

GOP Abuses Senate Rules to Block Nobel Economist from Federal Reserve Board

Proving there’s no end to the abuse of Senate rules, Alabama Republican Richard Shelby is refusing to lift his “hold” on Federal Reserve Board nominee Peter Diamond even though the acclaimed economist just won the 2010 Nobel Prize.

Iowa Hospital Workers, Alabama AT&T Mobility Techs Join CWA

Seeking strong representation, 90 employees at Hamilton (County) Hospital in Webster City, Iowa have voted to join CWA. The nurses, therapists, technicians and other direct patient care workers were formerly affiliated with the Iowa Nurses Association but said they'd received little support from INA, especially at the bargaining table.

Julian Modjeski, 89, Retired AA to District 4 Vice President

Julian Modjeski, one of CWA’s longest-serving activists, died Sept. 17 at age 89. Modjeski joined CWA Local 5503 (now Local 4603) after going to work in 1947 for Wisconsin Telephone, where he was a PBX installer most of his career.

Local Newsletter Spotlight: Great Pictures Make Puerto Rico’s UPAGRA a Standout

The colorful and newsy bimonthly publication from UPAGRA in Puerto Rico, part of TNG-CWA Local 33225, is the first of many local newsletters that we will feature here every few weeks.

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