There’s More Than One Way to Strike

Local 2270 members Jake Guild, left, and Taylor Hoffmeyer’s four-month old daughter didn’t seem to mind the noise of the bowling alley. They were joined by Tiffany McLachlan, Betty Crawford, Jana Gilmore and (not pictured) Renee Hoffmeyer on the Local 2270 team. Local 2270 is based in Evard, Michigan. UAW Bowling Championships Feature Tough Competition,

UAW Mothers: Fighting for a better life

We are rerunning this story from last year’s May-June Solidarity magazine for Mother’s Day this year. Mothers are an important part of everyone’s life and knowing the power of a union helps them is a solid reminder that the only place women will get equal pay and benefits is when they are in a union.

Statement from UAW Vice President Jimmy Settles on Ford Announcement

The following is a statement from Jimmy Settles, UAW Vice President and Director of the National Ford Department Today’s announcement by Ford Motor Company honoring their commitment in the 2015 collective bargaining agreement to the men and women of Michigan Assembly and UAW Local 900 Is yet another example of what the union and the

Union Front: Communication is Key

LUCA Helps Us Stay in the Know When local UAW members want to know what’s happening in their local and what the issues are that bring them together — like who the best candidate for workers is in the upcoming election — there’s no one they trust more than their union local. The UAW members

UAW Women: Fighting for a better life

UAW women know the power of a union helps them   Tina Kollek works hard. The 45-year-old Local 651 member has been a parts handler at General Motors’ Davison Road Processing Center in Burton, Michigan, near Flint, for almost 10 years. The job has allowed Kollek to provide for her family as the single mother

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