CWA Local 1101

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New York, N.Y. -- Employees at creative agency Blue State have voted to approve their first collective bargaining agreement.

September 19 marked the 52nd annual NYC African American Day parade. The parade was held virtually due to COVID-19, and streamed live on PX11, and other venues.

Please click the headline for the Verizon/CWA Letter of Agreement regarding Work from Home.
We interviewed CWA Local 1101 members from Verizon, Empire City Subway, AT&T, and Verizon Wireless about their experiences on 9/11 and working to restore communication to lower Manhattan in the months afterward. Click the headline to watch "We Have Not Forgotten".
Unions are one of the most powerful tools we have to overcome divisions. When we organize against injustice in our workplaces, bargain a contract, attend a rally or raise funds for disaster relief we are taking action to benefit everyone. Being CWA Strong means that we are there for each other, every day, no matter what.
Last week we announced the Union and the Company had reached an agreement in principle that ALL members who put in for the surplus would receive it, and that the details were being finalized. Attached please find the Letter of Agreement with the details.
Join us this evening (Thursday, September 2) at 5:30pm to learn more about the impact of climate change on our jobs, and what we can do to fight it
The 52nd Annual African American Day parade is Sunday, September 19. It will be streaming live at 12pm on CWA Local 1101's 2021 video includes interviews with four young people who received scholarships from CWA Local 1101. For all streaming options please click the headline.

CWA Local 1101 Member Voices from 9/11

We asked Local 1101 members to tell us what they did to help rebuild the communications network after September 11, 2001, or to share a memory they have from that day. Here are some of their stories.

We want to hear your story as well.

If you’d like to contribute a story or a memory, please click here.

Click the arrow to the right to see each new story.

World Trade Center Health Program and Victim Compensation Fund

Did you work at or near Ground Zero following 9/11? It's not too late to register for the World Trade Center Health Program and the Victim Compensation Fund.

If you lived or worked near Ground Zero following 9/11, and never registered with the World Trade Center Health Program and/or the Victim Compensation Fund, it's not too late. You may have seen mention of a July 29, 2021 deadline, which applied to people with a 9/11 related illness certified by the WTCHP prior to July 29, 2019 who needed to file a VIctim Compensation Fund claim by 7/29/21. But if you never registered with the WTCHP, or are registered with the WTCHP and have not registered with the VCF, you can still do both. Click here for more information.

Do I have a form on file at Local 1101 showing that I worked at/near Ground Zero in 2001/2002?

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