UAW President Ray Curry Issues Statement on the Need to Pass Rep. Cindy Axne’s Striking Workers Healthcare Protection Act

Legislation Makes it Illegal for Companies to Cancel Striking Workers Health Insurance Detroit – “No working family should be forced to choose between their right to advocate for better pay and benefits, and their need for medical care for their families. Rep. Axne’s bill protects working families from corporations that would seek to use the

JOINT STATEMENT OF UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY AND UAW VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF THE UAW GENERAL MOTORS DEPARTMENT TERRY DITTES ON GM’S $7 BILLION INVESTMENT CREATING 4,000 NEW JOBS, RETAINING 1,000 JOBS AND LOCATING NEW PRODUCT IN MICHIGAN

Detroit – “Today’s massive investment in committing over $7 Billion in four Michigan manufacturing sites creates a strong future for UAW members, their families and communities. For UAW Local 5960 Lake Orion the planned new products and advanced electric vehicle retooling builds on their plant’s history as a cutting edge manufacturing facility with a highly

UAW PRESIDENT RAY CURRY CALLS FOR GM AND MEXICO TO ENSURE THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT OF GM SILAO WORKERS TO HAVE A FREE AND FAIR ELECTION TO JOIN A UNION

Detroit – UAW President Ray Curry called on Mexican labor authorities and General Motors Friday to take all necessary steps to ensure that the upcoming union election at GM’s Silao plant in Mexico is democratic, transparent, and free from intimidation. Over 7,000 workers at the plant will have an opportunity to vote their union representation

A New Year of Opportunity

My Sisters and Brothers,  I want to begin this first message of 2022 with a deep sentiment of gratitude for our union and for all the hard work, dedication, and fortitude our UAW family showed this past year. We had many challenges to face together, and I watched this membership rise to each one of

In 2021, Organized Labor is Again Flexing its Muscles

By Ray Curry, UAW President Jobs. Racial justice. Workplace safety. Equity. These issues, front and center in the minds of millions of Americans for years, were deeply intensified by the pandemic of 2020 and 2021. As the pandemic took full effect, devastating job losses hit minority workers and their families especially hard and the critical

Statement from UAW President Ray Curry on the Adoption of Nationwide Emission Regulations that Protect and Create Jobs

Detroit — “President Joe Biden and EPA Administrator Michael Regan have created a win-win for UAW members, the U.S. manufacturing workforce and our environment by putting into place nationwide 2023 to 2026 Model Year (MY) light-duty emission regulations that are good for our air quality, preserve and grow both American jobs and our economy. History

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