New Digital Tools to Help Find a COVID-19 Vaccine

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services have launched a website and text line to help Americans looking for COVID-19 vaccines book appointments. The digital tools will allow easy access to vaccine scheduling from any computer or smartphone.  Visitors to vaccines.gov can enter their ZIP code to

Tell your senators to pass the PRO Act!

For too long, the rules have been rigged against workers and for the wealthy and big corporations. It’s time to fix our laws to ensure that workers can form a union, negotiate for fair wages, good benefits and safe working conditions. It’s time to pass the PRO Act.

UAW Volvo Truck in Dublin Virginia Reaches Tentative Agreement – Strike Ends with Significant Gains

Detroit – Early this morning the UAW Volvo Truck Council announced that they have reached a tentative agreement. “UAW members showed incredible solidarity on the picket lines and have achieved significant gains toward fair pay, benefits and job security protections,” said UAW Secretary-Treasurer and Director of the UAW Heavy Truck Department, Ray Curry. Curry said

Statement by UAW Vice President Terry Dittes Director of the General Motors Department on General Motors Announcement of $1 Billion in Electric Vehicle Mexican Investment

“At a time when General Motors is asking for a significant investment by the U.S. government in subsidizing electric vehicles, this is a slap in the face for not only UAW members and their families but also for U.S. taxpayers and the American workforce. General Motors automobiles made in Mexico are sold in the United

Pass the PRO Act — NOW!

It is time that this nation works for working men and women again. Too long have those who make the American economy run been left on the sidelines. Too long have working families struggled to make ends meet. Too long have Americans been forced to work two and three jobs just to put food on

Good Jobs, Healthy Planet

Now an International event, Earth Day has been celebrated since April 22, 1970 and its origins are here in the United States. In fact, this annual celebration wouldn’t exist without legendary UAW leader Walter Reuther. In 1970, environmental protection was gaining momentum as an urgent national issue. Nationwide environmental teach-ins were held in the spring

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