2018 Camp Outing Photo Gallery

Today, Bev and Political Director Deborah Wright speak with UAW Region 9A endorsed candidate for Congress, Melissa Mark-Viverito, who shares about demanding that our laws create equity and justice. Hoy, Bev y la directora política Deborah Wright hablan con la candidata endosada para el Congreso de la Región 9A de la UAW, Melissa Mark-Viverito, quien comparte sobre exigir que nuestras leyes creen equidad y justicia.
Today on Break Time with Brakeman, Bev interviews Darlene Lombos, the Principal Officer for the Greater Boston Central Labor Council. She shares thoughts on unions working together with other allied organizations as part of a larger social justice movement. Hoy en tiempo de descanso con Brakeman, Bev entrevista a Darlene Lombos, la directora principal del Consejo Laboral Central de Greater Boston. Ella comparte ideas sobre los sindicatos que trabajan juntos con otras organizaciones aliadas como parte de un movimiento más grande de justicia social.
"Today, Bev interviews UAW Local 2110 members who are on furlough from the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center in Hartford, CT. These educators are constantly organizing to keep their employer from eroding their union, while maintaining solidarity for when the Center opens again in January, 2021.

“Today’s decision by Ford is the right decision for our members, their families and our nation. Under Vice President Gerald Kariem, the UAW Ford Department continues to work closely with our local unions and Ford to make sure that when we return to production all members are safe, and our communities are protected from this spreading pandemic.”

Remembering former Local 712 President Mark Liburdi

Sisters and Brothers, We have been notified today that two more members of our UAW family have fallen to the virus. One member worked at Ford Motor Company Dearborn Stamping and a skilled trades brother who worked at the Ford Data Center in Dearborn, Michigan. Our prayers and support go out to their families and communities.
My Brothers and Sisters, As always, I want to recognize and thank all of the brave men and women on the front lines of this crisis and extend my sincere sympathies to any one of us who is sick, or struggling with family or financial issues or loss in these difficult, dark days. In my message today, I want to report that we got some good news on several fronts.

DETROIT -- “We are happy to work with GM during this pandemic for the health and safety and good of our Nation as we collaborate towards the production of ventilators. The UAW has a proud history of stepping up in times of national emergency. General Motors should be commended for stepping up at a crucial moment in our history. At the UAW we are - all in - to find ways to partner together to flatten this curve and save lives.”

Director Brakeman talks about our members in UAW Local 405 who work at Triumph! Solidarity!

DETROIT -- The legislation unanimously passed in the Senate last night takes important steps for the Nation as we battle the public health and economic crisis stemming from this tragic pandemic. One of the main things that concerns UAW members is the package fails to provide front line workers with the health and safety protections necessary to keep them from contracting Covid-19. It includes no enforceable workplace standards and does not provide enough resources to frontline workers who are the first line of defense.
DETROIT -- The legislation unanimously passed in the Senate last night takes important steps for the Nation as we battle the public health and economic crisis stemming from this tragic pandemic. One of the main things that concerns UAW members is the package fails to provide front line workers with the health and safety protections necessary to keep them from contracting Covid-19. It includes no enforceable workplace standards and does not provide enough resources to frontline workers who are the first line of defense.