CWAers on Staten Island, NY mobilized (literally) this weekend to fight for racial justice! Members of CWA Locals 1102 and 1180 joined the Staten Island NAACP for the People’s Caravan of Conscience & Commitment to End Systemic Racism.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, it’s more important than ever before to elect true pro-worker candidates to office to ensure that our voices are heard and our needs are met. Make sure you’re aware of election deadlines coming up and any changes to voting procedures in your state:
Amazing work last week by the CWA Local 1298 Equity Committee who put together and present a workshop on implicit bias - an incredibly important topic particularly at a time when many workers and companies are addressing racial bias throughout the country.
In the midst of city-wide advocacy to reform the NYPD and reduce it’s $6 billion per year budget by $1 billion, news reports recently emerged suggesting the City Council was considering moving TEAs and Supervisors out of the NYPD and into the Department of Transportation as part of cost-saving measures.