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CWA Local 1088 held their first ever annual membership BBQ on Saturday, August 29th! Between eating and dancing, members and their families rallied in support of 1088 members who work for Lacey Township, NJ. The Lacey workers have been without a contract since the end of 2018, so 1088 members took the opportunity to make some noise to support our members who have been out of contract for way too long.

Are you concerned about how climate change will affect our communities, jobs, and work lives? As we're facing more extreme weather, like the heatwave we're experiencing right now, or unusual floods or droughts across the country, the United Nations just released an alarming report that shows we have less time to save the planet than we thought.

On Tuesday, August 24th, CWA Local 1037 joined several other unions and community groups for a rally at Rep. Josh Gottheimer’s office in New Jersey to urge him to support the Build Back Better plan.

August 15th marked the 32nd anniversary of the death of Local 1103 Chief Steward Gerry Horgan.

Gerry was a "natural born leader" in Westchester County who was on the front lines fighting alongside his CWA brothers and sisters during the 1989 NYNEX strike. The strike was just two weeks old when a scab worker, who was the daughter of a company manager, drove through the picket line and struck Gerry with her car, killing him.

On the day of his funeral, thousands of CWAers wearing red lined the streets for a mile along the route to the church.

After working through the pandemic to keep the community running, 1102 is now fighting to secure a commitment from the company to keep our members employed.

Are you concerned about how climate change will affect our communities, jobs, and work lives? As we're facing more extreme weather, like the heatwave we're experiencing right now, or unusual floods or droughts across the country, the United Nations just released an alarming report that shows we have less time to save the planet than we thought.

Consolidated Communications Workers (formerly Fairpoint), members of CWA Local 1400 and IBEW 2327, have been fighting hard for a fair contract—and they may be at the finish line.
La Casa De Don Pedro’s Youth, Family, and Health Resources Division in Newark, NJ have won their union election to join CWA Local 1037!

Members of CWA Locals 1122, 1133, and 1168 at Catholic Health hospitals in Western New York have been keeping up the heat in their fight for a fair contract and safe staffing.

Healthcare workers have spent the past 18 months tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, working longer hours and harder than ever before - but COVID-19 has simply made it more starkly clear than ever: when healthcare workers must care for more patients than they can safely handle, both patients and workers are at risk.

CWA members and retirees joined the massive rally of NYC union members to support our United Mine Workers of America sisters and brothers in demanding fair and humane working conditions.