Detroit Lions Holiday 4 Pack offer for the Quick Lane Bowl

MARYLAND vs. BOSTON COLLEGE Monday, December 26, 2016 2:30 PM at Ford Field     UAW FAMILY HOLIDAY FOUR PACK A $180 value for only $69 *Plus Fees 4 Lower Level Seats *Minimum of 4 ticket purchase required Additional single tickets can be purchased for $17.25 each *plus fees Ticket offer available while supplies last

Donate Today to Help Honor Workers in Detroit

DETROIT – A large and diversified group of partners have come together to create an urban park in the middle of an industrial neighborhood, and they are seeking support from the community. The Fort Rouge Gateway Project, or FRoG, is a partnership of 16 entities covering private enterprise, non-profit, local government and education. They have

Crowd Funding Campaign Launched to Create Park Honoring Labor in Detroit

DETROIT – A large and diversified group of partners have come together to create an urban park in the middle of an industrial neighborhood, and they are seeking support from the community. The Fort Rouge Gateway Project, or FRoG, is a partnership of 16 entities covering private enterprise, non-profit, local government and education. They have

UAW-Ford Donates $100,000 to Provide Recreational Facility, Mentoring Program for Detroit Youth

New Programs and Renovations unveiled at Chapel Vision Community Development Corporation In honor of National Love Our Children Day, UAW-Ford unveiled its community contributions to Chapel Vision Community Development Center during an official ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 2. UAW-Ford provided a newly renovated recreational facility, which includes: state-of-the-art simulators for baseball/softball and golf, a half-size

Fight for $15 National Day of Action – Nov. 10

Coleman A. Young Building November 10, 2015 4:00 p.m. 2 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI On November 10, join underpaid working people throughout the country as we stand together for work that pays enough for us to sustain our families. We’ll call on corporate CEOs to raise pay and respect our right to form unions without

The UAW – A Powerful, Needed Voice for 80 Years

I grew up in Michigan, and saw firsthand how the UAW built the nation’s middle class. On many nights while watching the local TV news with my father, I’d often hear him say with pride, “I love the UAW because they tell the truth.” In a world where it was (and still is) easy for

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