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A message from LaShawn English, UAW Women’s Department/Region 1 Director

A message from LaShawn English, UAW Women's Department/Region 1 Director
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“Not Like It Used To Be”: Daimler Truck Workers Gear Up For Historic Contract Fight

The nearly 7,000 UAW members who build Freightliner and Western Star trucks and Thomas Built Buses for Daimler Truck North America are gearing up for a historic contract fight.
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NYU Contract Faculty Win Their Union, Form Largest Union of Full-Time, Non-Tenure Track, Private University Professors in the Country

Full time, non-tenure track faculty at New York University have voted by an overwhelming margin (553 to 72, or 89.5%) in favor of joining Contract Faculty United - UAW (CFU-UAW),
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“We Are The Majority”: Workers at Mercedes-Benz’s Largest US Plant Announce Majority Support for Movement to Join UAW

A majority of workers at Mercedes-Benz's largest plant in the United States, MBUSI in Vance, Alabama, have signed union cards in support of joining the UAW.
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UAW Establishes Solidarity Project to Support Mexican Autoworkers

On Wednesday, the UAW International Executive Board voted to establish a new solidarity project to support autoworkers in Mexico fighting for economic justice and improved working conditions.

2024 UAW Family Scholarship Program

For more than 45 years, the Family Education Center has been a place where UAW members and their families come together for an experience that combines education with recreation. It's a place to learn about our union, unlock ideas, and…
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UAW Announces $40 Million Commitment to Organizing Auto and Battery Workers Over Next Two Years

The United Auto Workers is committing $40 million through 2026 in new organizing funds to support non-union autoworkers and battery workers who are organizing across the country, and particularly in the South.

UAW Local 862 Reaches Tentative Local Agreement at Ford Kentucky Truck Plant, Averting Strike

After months of negotiations over local issues, UAW Local 862 has reached a tentative local agreement with Ford Motor Co., averting a potential strike this week. 
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Nearly 9,000 UAW Autoworkers Serve Strike Notice at Ford’s Kentucky Truck Plant Over Local Agreement Issues Including Health & Safety and Skilled Trades

Nearly 9,000 UAW autoworkers at Ford’s Kentucky Truck Plant will strike on Friday, February 23rd if local contract issues are not resolved.

Union Plus – Mortgage Program

Make a new home happen this year with competitive mortgage options to meet your unique needs. The Union Plus® Mortgage Program, with financing provided by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, features exclusive mortgage benefits for eligible union…
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New Member Issue of Solidarity Magazine is Now Online!

The UAW New Member Magazine can now be viewed online.

“We’re Taking the Lead”: Over Half of Volkswagen Workers in Chattanooga, Tennessee Sign Cards to Join the UAW in Less than 60 Days

A majority of workers at Volkswagen’s Chattanooga, Tennessee plant have signed cards to join the UAW, less than sixty days after the workers announced their campaign to form a union at the German automaker’s only US assembly plant.
Workers at Antolin Interiors in Howell, MI, during their organizing campaign to join the UAW.

400 Workers at Auto Supplier Antolin Vote Overwhelmingly to Join UAW

On January 30, nearly 400 workers at Antolin Interiors USA in Howell, Michigan, voted overwhelmingly to join UAW Local 163, Region 1A.
Hyundai (Montogomery, Alabama) worker Gilbert Brooks

“Montgomery Can’t Wait”: Hyundai Autoworkers in Montgomery, Alabama Announce Public Campaign to Join the UAW in Latest Organizing Milestone

Workers at Hyundai’s sole US plant, in Montgomery, Alabama, have announced a major milestone in their campaign to join the UAW, with over 30 percent of autoworkers at the plant having signed union cards.

Over 10,000 Autoworkers Sign Union Cards Across 13 Non-Union Automakers in Major Milestone for Historic Organizing Drive

Over 10,000 autoworkers across 13 non-union companies have signed union cards with the UAW, as momentum builds across the auto industry for better wages, benefits, and rights on the job.