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Follow the UAW on Twitter today!

Since its founding in 2006, Twitter has become the top platform for what’s happening right now. It’s full of inside jokes, memes, breaking news and hashtags. Twitter pioneered “trending” topics – a shorthand guide to what 328 million global Twitter users are talking about right now. Two years after Twitter was founded, the UAW landed on the platform. Our first tweet didn’t come until May of 2010 when we advocated for comprehensive metalworking fluids rules. Over 18,700 tweets and seven years later the UAW is still going strong on Twitter, advocating our positions and interacting with members, journalists, government officials ... Read more

Follow the UAW on Twitter today!

Since its founding in 2006, Twitter has become the top platform for what’s happening right now. It’s full of inside jokes, memes, breaking news and hashtags. Twitter pioneered “trending” topics – a shorthand guide to what 328 million global Twitter users are talking about right now. Two years after Twitter was founded, the UAW landed on the platform. Our first tweet didn’t come until May of 2010 when we advocated for comprehensive metalworking fluids rules. Over 18,700 tweets and seven years later the UAW is still going strong on Twitter, advocating our positions and interacting with members, journalists, government officials ... Read more

UAW political activists to gather in Washington

WASHINGTON – More than 1,400 active and retired UAW members will gather here from Jan. 24-27 for the union’s National Community Action Program (CAP) Legislative Conference. The conference will take place at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel at 2660 Woodley Road, N.W., in Washington. UAW delegates from across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico will discuss the union’s legislative and political priorities for the coming year, meet with members of Congress to advocate on behalf of working families and prepare for the union’s 2016 electoral campaign. UAW President Dennis Williams will address delegates on Wed., Jan. 27, and UAW ... Read more