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District 13 Holds New Officer’s Training
During the weeks of June 22nd and July 13th, new officer’s training was held for District 13 members in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Houston, Texas; Catoosa, Oklahoma; and Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Moving doesn’t have to break the bank with Union Plus discounts
Purchasing a new home, moving everything from the old one, settling in and making sure you have everything you need – it’s a costly endeavor. But, you could save thousands of dollars on moving and real estate services just for being a Steelworker!
USW Committed to Moving Forward at US Steel
Promoting Racial Equality Across The Americas
International Vice-President Fred Redmond travelled to Brazil to participate in the 20th Anniversary Celebration of INSPIR, the Inter-American Trade Union Institute to promote Racial Equality.
District 1 Announces their Women of Steel Conference
District 1 is pleased to announce its Women of Steel Conference, October 5 - 8, 2015. This Conference will be held at the Holiday Inn French Quarter in Perrysburg, OH.
Over 2,000 Rally to Support Steelworkers in Minnesota
Hundreds of United Steelworkers, wearing navy blue T-shirts, walked and rallied in the Mesabi Iron Range city of Virginia, Minnesota on August 20.
USW Cares: USW Local 1219 Next Gen Members Conduct ATU Benefit Picnic
This Saturday (Aug 22), United Steelworker members Mark Simko and James Cain, from Local 1219 Next Gen group, held the first annual Athletic Trauma Unit (ATU) Benefit Picnic in honor of its founder Chris Edmonds.
USW Local 1123 Takes Best Entry for a Non-Profit Group In Canal Day Parade
On Sunday, August 16, members from United Steelworkers Local 1123 participated in Canal Day Parade in Magnolia, OH. It had been 30 years since they had taken part in the parade ... more
Monday Morning Minute
Monday Morning Minute is a weekly electronic newsletter that reports on safety issues, collective bargaining in the paper sector, organizing, arbitrations, community work, political work, and labor history.
2015 USW District 4 Conference Photos
Amazing speakers, awards and solidarity through fellowship were highlights of the 2015 District 4 Conference held in Atlantic City from August 18 – 21.
Fox flips poll results to falsely claim Americans support union-busting
Earlier this morning, Fox broadcast the results of a USA Today/Gallup poll on whether Americans believe their states should take away collective bargaining rights for public sector unions.
District 9 Pulp and Paper Mill Conference November 2-3, 2015
The USW District 9 Pulp & Paper Mill Conference scheduled for November 2-3, 2015 at the Hilton Sandestin, 4000 Sandestin Boulevard South, Destin, FL 32550.
Picket Lines Are Strong in All Locations as ULP Lockout at ATI Rolls into Second Week
A week into the ULP lockout at ATI, USW members are holding strong on the picket lines, rallying at plant gates, and mobilizing in our communities to build the fight for a fair contract for all Steelworkers at ATI.
Thousands Rally in Week of Solidarity at US Steel
Thousands of USW members and allies from community and labor groups rallied for fair contracts this week outside steel plant gates and at union halls across the country.
USW Delivers Proposal to ArcelorMittal; Thousands Rally for Fair Contracts
Click here for today's USW bargaining update regarding ArcelorMittal.
Thousands turn out for Day of Action to show solidarity in steel nationwide
This week, thousands turned out to show solidarity in steel nationwide. Click here for details.
Day one of the District 4 conference
Check out photos from the first day of the District 4 conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Important info for ArcelorMittal members: What could happen Sept. 1?
Click here for important information about what could happen Sept. 1 if you work at an ArcelorMittal facility.
ATI Twists the Truth--Forced overtime, long hours, not bloated wages drive earnings numbers at ATI
Last week, ATI locked out the experienced and dedicated workforce that has served them faithfully over many years and brought this company to the position that they were able to build and finance their new hot strip mill.
Oil exports would harm U.S. energy independence
USW International President Leo W. Gerard shows in this guest editorial why allowing U.S. crude oil to be exported is harmful for our country’s energy independence and national security.