Team CWA was out in force this weekend in Newark to knock on doors and talk to voters about re-electing Mayor Ras Baraka!

Starbucks workers throughout the country have been absolutely on fire over the past several months, voting to unionize in droves, kicked off by a massive win at several stores in Buffalo, NY

CWA Local 1080 workers at the Union County Division of Social Services in New Jersey have been fighting for a fair contract and demanding fair raises, to reduce the high cost of health

On June 11, essential healthcare workers represented by CWA Local 1126 in upstate New York rallied to demand fair and safe staffing at Mohawk Valley Health System.
Join us on Saturday, June 19, at 1:30 pm ET, for a virtual event to celebrate Juneteenth.

The 2021 New York State Legislative Session wrapped up last week with some big wins for CWA and working families across the state. CWA members throughout New York have given a huge amount of time and energy over the past few months to advocate for legislation to protect our jobs, make workers safer, and overall strengthen our state for working families - especially as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. Since January, we:

  • Held 5 lobby days

  • Had 206 meetings with legislators

  • Made over 3,500 calls to CWA members and legislators

In contested democratic primary races in New Jersey Legislative District 20, CWA-endorsed candidates notched convincing wins.
CWA Local 1111 members at Arnot Health are fighting for a fair contract with NO CONCESSIONS! Healthcare workers at the Catholic Health System in Western New York are fighting for a fair contract!
Last week, Priscilla was honored by her Queens community, coworkers, and fellow 1180 members with the dedication of a street name in her honor.
Welfare workers in Ocean County, New Jersey, won their best contract in years by taking a stand for Covid safety.
From phonebanking to canvassing to rallying, CWA members in New York City have been out in force over the past two weeks to talk to voters and help elect candidates from City Council to Comptroller to Mayor.