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  1. TAKE ACTION: Write a letter to GM telling them what you think of the plant closings

    December is National Write to a Friend Month! This year, we wanted to give you the opportunity to write to our "friends" at GM, about their recent decision to close plants in Michigan, Ohio and Baltimore this holiday season. Submit your message using the form and we'll print and personally hand deliver your message to

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  2. UAW bargaining team and Navistar have reached a proposed tentative agreement

    (Note: the actual approval date was December 10) The UAW bargaining team and Navistar have reached a proposed tentative agreement. Details will be released in meetings with membership in the coming days as part of the ratification process. Out of respect for our members the UAW will not release details until UAW Navistar members have

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  3. UAW President Gary Jones: Autoworkers ready to fight GM over its callous layoffs

    Last week was a bad week for autoworkers and the future of our domestic industry. On Nov. 26, General Motors (GM) announced its decision to halt production at the Lordstown, Ohio, and Hamtramck, Mich., assembly plants, idling thousands of workers. Last Friday, President Trump signed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), with promises that it would stop companies from closing

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  4. A Majority of Boston College Graduate Workers and Over 3,000 Community Supporters Call on University President Father Leahy and The Board of Trustees to Stop Punishing Workers and Bargain Now

    Boston – Led by State Senator Jamie Eldridge, a coalition of community, faith and labor leaders will deliver a petition signed by a majority of Boston College Graduate Student Employees, as well as more than 3,000 community, religious and political allies, to BC’s President Father Leahy Friday morning. The petition calls on Father Leahy and

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  5. AFL-CIO State of the Union’s Podcast: What’s Wrong With GM?

    In a special episode, Julie and Tim of the AFL-CIO discuss plant closures at General Motors with longtime autoworker Brad Markell.

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  6. UAW Lodges Formal Objection to GM Announcement

    Monday, the UAW lodged a formal objection opposing GM’s plan to close four American auto plants in 2019. The complaint objected to GM’s unilateral decision on the future of those facilities, without the agreement of the UAW, required by the 2015 National Agreement. UAW leadership remains steadfast in its commitment to protecting American jobs, with

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  7. Statement From UAW President Gary Jones and UAW Vice President Terry Dittes on Formal Objection to GM Announcement

    The following statement relates to the formal objections to GM’s announced future of plants made last week. UAW President Gary Jones: “We have been clear that the UAW will leave no stone unturned and use any and all resources available to us regarding the future of these plants. Today, we wrote to GM formally objecting

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  8. Will the New NAFTA Make a Difference?

    GM Example Thumbs Its Nose at New NAFTA Before the Ink Dried The following statement is from UAW President Gary Jones on the signing of the “New” NAFTA called USMCA: “Before the ink hit the paper, General Motors has already signaled that the “New” NAFTA (known as USMCA) is not strong enough, as it stands

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  9. A Message from UAW President Gary Jones

    Transcript: Brothers and Sisters, Yesterday, American workers were told by GM that they are now expendable. That their trust, their loyalty and their years of dedication, just aren’t as important as this year’s profits and shareholder gains. That their sacrifices made during the dark days of GM’s bailout by our UAW members and U.S. taxpayers

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  10. Congresswoman Dingell Statement on GM Jobs Announcement

    This is a warning and we all must be concerned about protecting jobs and keeping them in this country. I care deeply about working families hearing this news right now. If we want our auto industry to continue to be the global leader in transforming mobility, federal policy must ensure we keep them at the

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UPCOMING EVENTS
Wed Dec 12
Unit 13 McClellen
Wed Dec 12 @05:00 -
Chaplaincy Committee Meeting
Fri Dec 14 @05:00 - 08:00AM
Calls From Santa
Sat Dec 15 @05:00 - 08:00AM
Calls From Santa
Mon Dec 17 @05:00 -
Unit 1 FCA Shift Meeting
Tue Dec 18 @05:00 -
Executive Board Meeting
Wed Dec 19 @05:00 -
Workers With Pride Meeting
Thu Dec 20 @05:00 -
Civil and Human Rights Committee Meeting