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Since 1935, the UAW has been a leader in the fight for progressive policies and programs
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International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
  1. The first-ever directly-elected International Executive Board was introduced as they took their places on the stage for Convention proceedings. Newly-elected President Shawn Fain gave a rousing speech to the hundreds of delegates in attendance, where he outlined a vision for the union moving forward. “We’re here to come together to ready ourselves for the war

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  2. Today, Newly elected UAW President Shawn Fain delivered a powerful message to the delegates at the 2023 UAW Special Bargaining Convention: “We are united to serve you. Now, we’re here to come together to ready ourselves for the war against our one and only true enemy: multibillion dollar corporations and employers that refuse to give

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  3. At noon today, UAW President Shawn Fain was sworn into office, completing our union’s first-ever direct election of top leadership. The new International Executive Board convened immediately after the swearing-in ceremony, and is ready to get to work for the UAW membership.

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  4. A little over ten years ago, “Right to Work” was signed into law in Michigan, even as thousands of union members protested at the Capitol. This week, however, is the beginning of a new era for Michigan. Governor Gretchen Whitmer has signed the bills to repeal “Right to Work.” After a decade of “Right to

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  5. I want to express my deep gratitude to all UAW leaders and active and retired members for your many years of support and solidarity. It has been the honor of my life to serve our great union. Tomorrow, Shawn Fain will be sworn in as UAW president, and he will chair our 2023 Special Bargaining

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  6. Two elected UAW International Executive Board members were sworn in today:  Vice President Chuck Browning and Region 9 Director Daniel Vicente. The vote counting for President continues.

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  7. UAW to provide 360,000 identification kits to protect the children of Delaware and area states Dover, DE and Detroit, MI – Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long announces that UAW will provide 360,000 identification kits in partnership with the National Child Identification Program, to protect Delaware’s children. Delaware families will receive an inkless, at-home child ID kit in the

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  8. UAW members across four locals in Illinois and Pennsylvania have ratified their new contract with Caterpillar Inc.  The terms of the contract are effective immediately.  We commend the UAW-Caterpillar bargaining team for their hard work and UAW membership for their solidarity and support throughout this process.

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  9.   In this issue: Meet Your International Executive Board Elected in 2022 RJ Thomas comes home What does the Education Standing Committee do? Global Solidarity And more!  

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  10. IG Metall, the UAW and Volkswagen’s Group and World Group Works Council welcome the construction of a new plant in South Carolina, where electrified vehicles will be manufactured under the traditional US brand Scout Motors. This investment will create thousands of new manufacturing jobs and will further drive the transformation towards electromobility. We also welcome

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