United Auto Workers (UAW)
Everywhere he goes, Biden is haunted by the martyrs of Gaza

The Palestine solidarity movement in the United States is determined not to let the president have a moment of peace

US union leaders call on labor to join movement for a ceasefire

At a Washington, DC press conference labeled “Unions for ceasefire now,” union leaders joined Congressmembers in calling on labor to take action

UAW workers call on their union endorse BDS

After the United Auto Workers broke the silence on Palestine by calling for a ceasefire last week, rank and file members are organizing for deeper solidarity

United Auto Workers calls for ceasefire in Gaza

One of the largest unions in North America adds its voice to the call for a ceasefire between Israel and Palestine on the first day that Israel resumed its attacks on Gaza

57,000 US auto workers win tentative agreement with Ford

Historic tentative agreement has workers standing to win more in raises than they’ve received in that past 22 years

UAW leader announces major victory: workers at electric vehicle plants to be included in contract

While politicians and corporate execs try to use EVs as a way to divide workers, unionized auto workers show that fighting climate change must include good union jobs

“The workers are the liberators,” declares UAW President, sending 7,000 more out on strike

United Auto Workers are expanding their strike to put additional pressure on General Motors and Ford, playing the three largest automakers against each other

UAW mobilizes thousands more to join Stand Up Strike

Auto workers at all Stellantis and General Motors parts distribution centers are being called on to hit the picket line across the United States

UAW continues to fiercely “stand up” despite company attacks

The three largest automakers in the US will stop at nothing to pit workers against each other

US autoworkers go on strike, call on all workers to “stand up!”

The United Auto Workers employ a fresh strategy of the “stand up strike,” strategically shutting down select plants to keep the Big Three automakers guessing

In two days, 144,000 US autoworkers workers are set to strike

The master contract for 144,000 unionized workers expires on September 14. Workers are ready to strike the three largest automakers in the nation

“Our members are willing to do whatever it takes” says UAW leader

As the United Auto Workers carry out a militant contract campaign, UAW Local 230 President reflects on the current moment and what must change