U.S. Unions & Member Groups

U.S. Unions & Member Groups

  • http://www.aflcio.org/ AFL-CIO’s overall entryway to its aflcio sitevarious organizational and service efforts.
  • http://www.afscme.org/  American Federation of State, County, & Municipal Employees is growing, its slogan, “We Make America Happen” a testament and a call.
  • http://www.aft.org/ American Federation of Teachers, an activist, traditional organization of teachers with many innovative community campaigns, is one of the two main educator’s labor organizations in the U.S.
  • http://www.cwa-union.org/ Communication Workers of America have made stronger commitments to organizing in the South than possibly any other union, in addition to seeking to mind its core constituencies in media and technology of communication.
  • http://www.dga.org/  Directors Guild members are among the most elite workers, but many of them have ‘paid a lot of dues’ and are possible to approach by writers and other cultural workers not on any A-list, or even B-List in existence.
  • http://www.makingabetternyu.org/gsocuaw/  Graduate Students Organizing Committee, like the National Writers Union, is an offshoot of the United Auto Workers, aiming over time to make inroads among the millions of graduate program serfs in the U.S.A.
  • http://www.goiam.org/  International Association of aero siteMachinists & Aerospace Workers is a high tech and skilled workers union.
  • http://www.ilaunion.org/  International Longshoreman’s Association, one of the oldest U.S. unions, has a storied and often radical past.
  • http://www.iww.org/ The International Workers of the World has always been a bunch of radicals, but their insights and analysis are worth examining, and their sense of solidarity is impeccable.
  • http://www.nea.org/  National Education Association, the nation’s largest union, has taken a powerfully grassroots path in seeking to bring parents and teachers together to defend public education.
  • http://www.sagaftra.org/  Scrreen Actor’s Guild now conjoins Film, Television, & Radio Actors as well, a group naturally aligned with writers, especially if one likes herding cats.
  • http://www.seiu.org/ Service Employees Internation Union
  • http://teamster.org/  The Teamsters call themselves “America’s Strongest Union.”
  • http://www.uaw.org/ United Auto Workers have seeded much of what is good in modern U.S. culture and life, among other things the National Writers Union.
  • http://www.ueunion.org/ United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers slogan is important to note—“the members run this unions,” an apt statement for NWU, with luck.ufcw site
  • http://www.ufcw.org/  United Food & CommercialWorkersstyle themselves “a voice for working America,” a natural alliance possible between 1.3 million union members and a thousand or so writers.
  • http://www.umwa.org/  United Mine Workers of America contains some of the most important labor history and labor action that has colored the past and tinted the present.
  • http://www.usw.org/ United Steel Workers
  • http://www.wga.org/  Writers Guild West and Writers Guild East
  • https://www.wgaeast.org/   are decidedly ‘top-drawer,’ A-List organizations, but we’re they’re intellectual and spiritual cousins.

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