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USW Local 8888 Celebrating the Life of Mary Jackson
USW Local 8888 will celebrate Black History Month by hosting its first Distinguished Trailblazer Reception
Local 8421 Member Candidate for Alderman
USW Local 8421 member Shawn Green prepares for Alderman bid.
District 9 Health and Safety Trainer Education
Health & Safety Trainer Enhancement Education.
USW Local Leaders & Next Gen Activists Attend Seminar on Youth & the Promotion of Racial Equality in Brazil
USW local leaders and Next Gen activists joined industrial unions from our Brazilian partner, the Unified Workers' Central (CUT) in a Seminar on Youth and the Promotion of Racial Equality in Olinda, Brazil.
Kentucky Steelworker raises more than $150,000 in five years for local charity
Craig Bailey hosts annual motorcycle and poker runs to raise money for Camp Quality, an organization that provides camping experiences for children with cancer.
2017 District 9 One Day Health and Safety Training Seminars
Addressing the workplace safety and health concerns of our membership is vital to the success of the USW and District 9.
Workers Uniting Concerned About Hedge Fund Efforts to Oust Arconic CEO
Workers Uniting has serious concerns about efforts by several hedge funds to oust the CEO of Arconic, the specialized metals and components company formed in late 2016 after the breakup of Alcoa, Inc. Click here to read more.
USW 7619 Supports Chilean Mine Workers
With the announcement of the Union Sindicato N°1 workers going on strike at the Escondida Mine in Chile, United Steelworkers Local 7619, Highland Valley Copper Mine, are standing together to support fellow miners’ rights.
Fighting Right to Work in New Hampshire
Steelworkers from District 4 have been gathering for weeks now to fight against so-called "right to work" in New Hampshire.
Greater Syracuse Labor Council Honors WOS Julie Searle
Congratulations to Julie Searle of Local 955, District 4, for being honored by the Greater Syracuse Labor Council
USW Cares: Jefferson Awards honors Woman of Steel
U.S.-China Trade Deficit Cost Millions of Jobs
International President Leo W. Gerard and progressive talk show host Leslie Marshall this week discussed the millions of American jobs lost to the trade deficit with China.
USW Members at Ardagh Reject Proposal, Bargaining Kicks off with Ball
USW members at Ardagh have rejected Ardagh’s contract proposal by more than a 2-1 margin. The offer fell short in addressing members’ concerns in numerous areas.
Deadline extended for assistance applications for ATI members
Your union helped extend the deadline for applying for benefits for certain members locked out by ATI. Click here for details.
News for Honeywell Workers
This article might be of interest to Steelworkers at Honeywell.
District 9 Locals Celebrate Historic Contract
USW District 9 Locals 254 (Georgia) and 9287 (Alabama), along with seven other Unions
Women of Steel Standing Proud
This weekend we saw history in the making
District director creates Kentucky legislature "Wall of Shame" after passage of anti-union laws
These anti-union laws do nothing more than give corporations the ability to outsource jobs, cut pay and reduce benefits while stripping workers of their rights to come together and speak out for better wages and safer workplaces.
Toledo-area residents ready for Women’s March
Groups to attend rally day after Trump inauguration
Affordable Care Act Rally in Newark, NJ
Members from USW Local 4-1482 and Staff Rep Steve Green attended the rally this weekend