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CWA District 3's 2019 AT&T Bargaining and Mobilization Team

Follow the Money, Cont’d

When the Chamber of Commerce was called out recently for using contributions from foreign affiliates for U.S.

CWA, AFL-CIO Focus on Young Workers

CWA’s Next Generation Committee, with members representing each district and sector, met for two days last week on efforts to expand involvement of young workers and young leaders within CWA.

Tea Party Leaders Urged to Reject Extremism, Attacks on Workers’ Rights

Leaders from the NAACP, CWA, religious organizations, and other members of the One Nation coalition have urged Tea Party leaders to repudiate and condemn individuals and groups who are using the movem

Customer Service Professionals Focus on Building Profession, Union

CWA’s customer service advocate network committee has put together an extensive program for this year’s customer service professionals conference focused on moving forward on critical issues for CWA’s

New Canadian Guild Unit Could Help Put the Brakes on Newspaper Offshoring

Workers at Pagemasters, which provides editorial, layout and production services to newspapers, have joined the Canadian Media Guild, CWA/SCA.

William Harwell, 75, Retired AA to Two Secretary-Treasurers

William (“Bill”) Harwell, a longtime member and retired administrative assistant to two former CWA Secretary-Treasurers, died Oct. 13 at the age of 75.

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.

CWAers Get Out the Vote for Nov. 2

With less than three weeks until the Nov.

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

Chamber’s Ads Attack Pro-Worker Candidates In Areas Hit Hard by Offshoring

More than 1.4 million jobs have been offshored in the nine states where the U.S.

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