UAW Region 1A

Covers most of Wayne County, Mich., (including part of Detroit), Monroe County and Washtenaw County, and extends to the Ohio border.

The approximately 150,000 active and retired members in Region 1A come from Ford, General Motors, FCA US, Michigan health care facilities, state and county offices and facilities and a variety of other workplaces.


Region 1A Website

Headquarters:

9650 S. Telegraph Road
Taylor, Michigan 48180
TEL: (313) 926-5451; (313) 291-2750
FAX: (313) 291-2269

Region News:

Michigan Chronicle Names Region 1A Assistant Director Laura Dickerson and Top Aide to UAW President Cassandra Shortridge Women of Excellence

UAW President Rory L. Gamble and Region 1A Director Chuck Browning congratulated Laura Dickerson and Cassandra Shortridge for being named Women of Excellence by the Michigan Chronicle. “We are honored that two of the UAW’s finest have been recognized for their selfless work both within the UAW and in our community,” said Gamble. Dickerson is

WHM – UAW Women Help The Community and Each Other

UAW Cosponsors with KISS-FM, EMG Foundation on Sleeping bag drive to benefit homeless

Countless people are facing staggering statistics of homelessness throughout the country in 2020.  According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, 8,351 people are homeless on any given night in the state of Michigan alone.  That is why the UAW joined and the EMG Foundation to cosponsor a sleeping bag drive for the homeless. The

Meeting Challenges in Tough Times

I would like to begin my report by extending my hopes that everyone is safe and healthy during these trying times. Over the past several months, our union, along with our nation, has been faced with the challenges of functioning and trying to provide for our families during a health pandemic. We have joined the

American workers—Make your voices heard in November

Jermaine Harris of UAW Local 900 was a delegate to last week’s Democratic National Convention. Hear why it’s important for American workers to make their voices heard in November and how Jermaine is passing that message on to his children.

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