Spotlight on Committees: What You Buy Matters

Union Label Committees Help Us Make Smart Purchases When you’re shopping, what you buy makes a difference when it’s union made. When you buy something made by a union worker in the U.S. you help keep America’s economy and workers’ rights strong. That’s why it’s important to check labels and keep up with the latest

Commentary: Worker Intimidation by Nissan – Again

Nissan workers get ready for the vote by preparing signs and other materials. Anti-Union Campaign was Vicious and Violated Labor Law Not long ago, Carlos Ghosn, chairman and CEO of the Renault- Nissan Alliance, made a statement to the French government. In a hearing before the French National Assembly, Ghosn denied allegations that Nissan opposed

Union Front: Caring in the Community

UAW Members at Ford Build Deer Blinds to Help the Disabled Enjoy the Outdoors different from others in their desire to enjoy the natural world around them. But getting out into the woods to hunt, birdwatch or otherwise en-joy the outdoors is problematic for those confined to a wheelchair. That’s why some UAW members at

Have a Black Lake Wedding

Non-Members Struck by our Beauty Up North After they became engaged, Karl Moses and his fiancée, Kiera, visited the Walter and May Reuther UAW Family Education Center to consider it for the location of their September 2017 wedding. As soon as they entered the grounds, Kiera was struck with this thought: “This is it.” Black

Legislative Update – The Fight for Working Families Continues

Your Calls Made a Difference in Effort to Save the ACA The first nine months of the Trump administration and the 115th Congress have been a roller coaster for working families. With conservatives in firm control, we have had notable setbacks with harmful long-term consequences. Justice Neil Gorsuch was confirmed, despite our opposition, to a

Together We Win – Global Solidarity: South Korea

The UAW and the KCTU are both affiliated to IndustriALL, a global union which has shown solidarity with the Korean labor movement in its opposition to the Park regime and its demand for the release of Han and all of the confined union leaders. UAW Demands Release of Jailed Union Leaders Imagine being arrested, isolated

From the president: Build/BuyUSA

Keep Communities Strong Through Consumer Action The “Buy American” movement isn’t new, but it looks different from how it did in the 1970s. Back then there were almost 20 million workers making goods in factories across the country. These workers made the clothes we wore, the goods we bought for our homes, the televisions we

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