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Below is a synopsis of the letter written by UAW President, Ray Curry, regarding the UAW's position and planning when it comes to vaccine mandates at worksites.  09/27/2

NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP AWARENESS AND APPRECIATION WEEK
NOVEMBER 15th – 21st 2021

On November 11, people across the country will take a moment to honor our military veterans, who have sacrificed the

By Rory L. Gamble CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS BELONG TO US ALL Look around your world these days. People are celebrating the diversity of who they are; what makes us all unique, wonderful people. For UAW members in the workplace and at home we live in a time when prejudices are no longer being tolerated, whether it is racial, ethnic, or sexual identity. We find ourselves living in a time where equality in the workplace and in our communities is valued more than it ever has.

GM Unit Update on the Enhanced Employee Application Process (EEAP): The Employee Placement System (EPS) link is located on Socrates under the Personal tab - then Career.

UAW-GM Cover Letter here 

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My Brothers and Sisters,

We have all been through a year that none of us could have possibly imagined, and I want to begin this message with a note of thanks to my UAW family for their strength and Solidarity in facing a worldwide pandemic that has forever altered all of our lives. I could not be more proud of what we have accomplished and I am confident that we will continue to do the hard work to keep one another safe.

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Now an International event, Earth Day has been celebrated since April 22, 1970 and its origins are here in the United States. In fact, this annual celebration wouldn’t exist without legendary UAW leader Walter Reuther.

Detroit — I watched in horror last week and this weekend, along with the rest of our nation, as the headlines rolled in once again with reports of bloodshed, terror, tragedy and senseless loss of lives. America woke up Friday morning to the news of a mass shooting in Indianapolis, Indiana that took the lives of eight innocent people and injured several others. By the end of this weekend, at least nine more people had been killed in shootings across the country — in Illinois, Texas, Wisconsin, Ohio, Nebraska and Louisiana.

More lives lost to gun violence.

While no piece of legislation is perfect upon introduction, it is the job of our legislature to hold discussion and make amendments to get things done.  Below is some information on what the Pro Act is, and what it can do.  Our "friends" at the Chamber of Commerce have already began running ads with the intent of discrediting the Act and causing confusion.  Please contact your legislators and ask them to support the Pro Act.  Click for FAQ or

In this issue’s cover story, some UAW members outline what they say they would like to see President Biden tackle early in his term.

Other stories include: