Statement from UAW President Ray Curry on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

Our union has historically fought for equal access to voting, accommodations, jobs, and health care.  Today’s misguided decision by the U.S. Supreme Court is a giant step backwards that will create gross inequities for women and all working families. By taking the power to make reproductive choices from women and putting them in the hands

UAW President Ray Curry statement on Juneteenth

On January 1, 1863, President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation which freed more than three million enslaved people in the United States, mostly in the Confederate states.  It took another two and a half years and the surrender of the Confederate army before it became a reality for the enslaved people in Texas.  On June

Statement of VP Chuck Browning on State of CNHi Negotiations

Today CNH Industrial released a statement regarding the status of contract negotiations with the UAW. In response to the company’s statement, the UAW provides the following assessment of negotiations. CNH Industrial entered negotiations with a predetermined bargaining strategy based on the principles of fear and intimidation. After a month of offering little resolve to bargaining

Workers Memorial Day Statement from UAW President Ray Curry

April 28th, Workers Memorial Day, is a day of remembrance honoring all those who lost their lives, were seriously injured, or were sickened by their work. But it is also a day to recommit ourselves to the promise that every worker has a fundamental right to a safe job. Fulfilling this promise requires that we

Statement From UAW President Ray Curry on USPS Next Generation Delivery Vehicles

Detroit — In response to the United States Postal Service’s decision, Wednesday, to finalize the Next Generation Delivery Vehicle contract with Oshkosh Defense amid widespread concern over the contract’s environmental and community impact, including potential infractions of national environmental standards, UAW President Ray Curry issued the following statement: “Modernizing the Postal Service fleet must both deliver significant

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