STATEMENT OF UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY ON THE 108 MEMBERS OF THE U.S. HOUSE WHO ADVOCATE FOR PASSAGE OF THE KILDEE STABENOW PROVISION IN THE BUILD BACK BETTER INFRASTRUCTURE ACT

“The House Labor Caucus understands that we need jobs of the future to be as good or better than the union jobs they replace. By endorsing the Kildee-Stabenow Provision in the Build Back Better Infrastructure Act, the House members who signed this letter are standing up for UAW members and America’s middle class by helping

STATEMENT BY UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY ON PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN’S VISIT TO HOWELL, MICHIGAN & THE IMPORTANCE OF PASSING INFRASTRUCTURE BILLS

Detroit –  “The President’s trip to Howell is important to all Americans because we must invest in the American people and fix our crumbling infrastructure. President Joe Biden and Governor Gretchen Whitmer understand that without passage of both the bi-partisan infrastructure bill, and the jobs and economic stimulus of the Build Back Better bill, it

UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY STATEMENT ON THE ARREST OF YANG KYEUNG SOO, PRESIDENT OF THE KOREAN CONFEDERATION OF TRADE UNIONS FOR EXERCISING FREE SPEECH.

Korean Confederation of Trade Unions president Yang Kyeung-soo waves to supporters while police transfer him to a detention center. (KCTU / Labor and the World) Detroit – UAW President Ray Curry Wednesday, condemned the arrest of Yang Kyeung Soo, President of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) for exercising his free speech rights in

LABOR DAY MESSAGE FROM UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY

My Sisters and Brothers, This is my first Labor Day as president of our great union, and although it would be my wish to be with you in person, I can tell you that our virtual celebrations and the observance of what this day means to this union and all working men and women in

NNPA BLACKPRESS – OP-ED: To Labor Day and Labor Days Ahead

    BY UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY In 1882,a union man, Peter J. McGuire, founder of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and an early supporter of the creation of the American Federation of Labor, suggested setting aside a day for a “general holiday for the laboring classes.” Almost 130 years later, Labor Day continues

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