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.

Director Profile – Chuck Browning
Region 1A Website

Headquarters:

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

Region News:

UAW Local 600 Hunger March Marker Dedication

Today, UAW Local 600 dedicated a marker to the 1932 Ford Hunger March. On March 7, 1932, in the midst of the Depression, unemployed autoworkers, their families and union organizers braved bitter cold temperatures and gathered at the bridge, intent on marching to the Ford Rouge Plant and presenting a list of demands to Henry Ford. The

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Auto Show Charity Preview Candlelight Vigil

Last week, UAW members, leadership, elected officials and supporters gathered outside the black tie Auto Show Charity Preview in solidarity with the thousands of workers set to be affected by GM’s decision to close plants later this year. Learn more here >>>

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MLIVE: GM workers protest plant closures outside Detroit auto show charity gala

DETROIT — While auto industry insiders hobnobbed at the Cobo Center during an exclusive, black tie preview of the North American International Auto Show on Friday, GM workers and activists with little to celebrate protested outside. UAW members, environmental activists and some elected officials rallied in multiple demonstrations against the planned closure of GM’s Detroit-Hamtramck

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DETROIT NEWS: UAW workers rally downtown to urge auto execs to ‘invest in us’

Detroit — Hundreds of United Auto Workers members impacted by impending idling of General Motors plants gathered outside a black tie event at Cobo Center Friday to demand automotive executives “invest in us.” Chanting and carrying signs as they led a candlelight procession from Hart Plaza to the site of the North American International Auto Show Charity Preview,

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Spotlight on Committees: Political Involvement Critical for Workers

CAP Committees Educate Members About the Issues There’s a direct relationship between the ballot box and the bread box, and what the union fights for and wins at the bargaining table can be taken away in the legislative halls. -Walter P. Reuther A new year brings hope that the year ahead will be better than

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