UAW Women’s History Month Spotlight: Flint Women’s Auxiliary

March is Women’s History Month. From the sit-down strikes of 1936-37 through the war years of Rosie the Riveter, from the postwar fight for jobs to today’s campaigns for pay equity and safe workplaces, women have played a key role in UAW history. Side by side, women and men are building a stronger union every

Statement from UAW President Dennis Williams on White Shirt Day

It’s been 80 years since the Flint Sit-Downers’ victory. The Flint Sit-Down Strike was called the strike heard around the world because it was more than a strike. It started a mass movement for change in this country.  What was at stake for them 80 years ago? Everything. The laws were stacked against them. They

PRO-Member: An Emotional Election

UAW members from Flint, Michigan, also reminded voters that the election was not just about the presidency, but that there were plenty of local issues to be considered. Retiree Reminds Us of What UAW Members are About My name is Wayne Bieger. I’m a proud UAW retiree. In 2007, after 34 years of work, I

UPDATED: Rally in Flint, MI – Get out the Vote for Hillary Clinton

UPDATE: Big turnout for Hillary. See photos from the rally: Photos by: Debi Kirchner, Local 598 Come join activists from around Michigan in Flint for one of Michigan’s largest rallies. WHO: UAW Members and their families WHAT: Get out the vote rally for Hillary Clinton WHERE: UAW Local 599 812 Leith St. Flint, MI 48505

Cynthia Estrada Charity Fund – Flint Freedom School

More than 50 Flint elementary school students will learn and grow in a loving environment this summer at a new Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School sponsored by the Cynthia Estrada Charity Fund. The Freedom School will be administered by Bethel United Methodist Church – Flint, the only historically African-American church in the city. “Although we

Full Coverage of the Flint Water Crisis in latest Solidarity

See full coverage of the Flint Water Crisis in the latest issue of Solidarity magazine now. By now, you’ve heard about the Flint Water Crisis. If you haven’t, here’s a great timeline of events from the Detroit Free Press. In Flint and throughout the nation, there has been justifiable outrage over the decisions made by

UAW Members Travel to D.C. to Talk About Flint

Call Congress at 888-926-0045 to tell them to take action in Flint now! Yesterday, UAW members traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with their congressional representatives to demand action in Flint, Mich. after the water crisis that left that community without drinkable water. Their visit to the nation’s capital coincided with a congressional hearing about

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