Sunday, March 25, 2018
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – After three weeks on strike, 1,400 members of the Communications Workers of America will return to work by Wednesday after reaching a contract agreement with Frontier Communications that protects jobs in West Virginia and Ashburn, Va.
“I could not be more proud of our members,” said Ed Mooney, Vice President of CWA District 2-13. “Going on strike is never easy. But they knew what was at stake for their co-workers and for their communities. Thanks to their strength and unity, our bargaining team has reached an agreement with Frontier that will ensure that they will continue to have good, family supporting jobs.”
Members will be briefed on the agreement and will hold a vote on the proposal in the coming weeks.
During the strike, CWA members received an outpouring of support from community members and legislators, and they were joined by hundreds of supporters at a rally in Charleston on Saturday.
CWA thanks Frontier’s customers for their patience and support during the strike. We look forward to returning to work and addressing the service issues that have arisen over the past few weeks as soon as possible.
MARCH ON MAY 1ST!
Minneapolis International Workers Day march for immigrant & workers rights
TUESDAY, MAY 1
Lake Street & Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis
Join us in the streets for this year’s International Workers Day march for immigrant & workers rights.
* No attacks on immigrants, refugees & Muslims
* No more deportations
* Legalization for all
* Clean DREAM Act Now
* Restore Temporary Protective Status (TPS) for Salvadorans & Haitians
* Adopt the Sanctuary Platform
* Make Minnesota a Sanctuary State
* Expand union rights in Minnesota
* Stop all ‘right to work’ (for less) attacks
* Living wage for all
* Medicare for all
* End to police brutality! Community control of the police!
* Climate justice
TO ENDORSE, MESSAGE US OR EMAIL MIRACMN@GMAIL.COM
Hundreds of students, staff, faculty and community supporters protest at UW Stevens Point March 21, 2018
Our Mission Statement: Arizona Educators United is a coalition of teachers, education support professionals, administrators, and those who care about the state of education in Arizona. Our goal is to ensure that students have access to highly qualified and experienced teachers, that educators are compensated fairly, and to improve the educational environment in the state of Arizona. http://arizonaeducatorsunited.wordpress.com Twitter: @AZEDUnited This is a group for organizing Arizona educators for action. It is our mission to make Arizona better for Students and Educators, by providing teachers a voice. Please add any teachers or ESPs that you feel are wanting to take action. How can you help? Do these 5 things. 1. Continue to spread the word of this group. 2. Wear Red on Wednesdays. Take a photo, and hashtag the photo #REDforED. Make sure to ask legislators what their plan is. Then stay tuned for more actions. 3. Join the “Arizona Educators United” Remind 101 for updates: https://www.remind.com/join/9c28ke or Text @9c28ke to the number 81010 You will receive a welcome text from Remind. If anyone has trouble with 81010, they can try texting @9c28ke to (615) 237-5117 4. Fill out the google document below. This is essential to the organization process. We are committed to the cause, and your personal information will be protected. Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeImAaDmVmGvB-N7CFKrpK0QmS4KHdQfzAkcuM2VJKpFUFaiQ/viewform 5. Are you energized and want to jump in? If you are interested in being a -Site Liaison Please email us with your “Personal Email” at email@example.com. -Facebook Moderator -Twitter Moderator -Action Support Team Member Please message one of the administrators and we will get you set up with the right team. Site Liaison: Organizing and informing your school. Communicating concerns, and ideas directly to the leadership team. Action Support Team: Develop materials for actions Answer questions about actions Distribute information on actions Serve on the ground during an action This is our moment.