CWA Local 1101

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The Equal Rights Amendment has been in the works for almost 100 years. In 1972, the amendment passed in Congress. Now 50 years later, the required 38 states have voted to ratify the ERA—but it can't be added to the U.S. Constitution until the Chief Archivist of the U.S. certifies and publishes the ERA as the 28th Amendment. Click the headline to sign the petition.
Join CWA Local 1101 for the NYC 2022 Labor Day Parade on Saturday, Sept 10 at 11am. We'll meet at East 46th Street and Madison. Bring your family and friends. We'll march up Fifth Avenue in Manhattan with CWA District 1 and CWA members from NYC, Westchester and Long Island locals. Come show your union pride!
The African American Day Parade is back! Join us on Sunday, September 18 at 11am. If you've been to the parade before you know what a great event it is. If you haven't been, now's your chance! It's a terrific day of music, dance performances, and celebration of African American culture and Harlem. CWA will have a float, food, music, and lots of union members and our families. Join us!
CWA members have voted to ratify a new four year Agreement covering 12,000 AT&T Mobility workers under the Orange Contract. Congratulations on a hard-fought contract!
I am pleased to announce that the members have overwhelmingly ratified the contract extensions at Verizon and Verizon Wireless. Members represented by CWA in Mid- Atlantic and IBEW Northeast and Mid-Atlantic have also ratified their agreements. The agreements will extend the contracts through August 1, 2026.
As we head into the 2022 Midterms, CWA is surveying members to ask how we're feeling and what we'd like to see the union fight for. We'll be conducting surveys in the workplace and by phone with members throughout the month of August.
CWA Local 1101 will be holding the electronic ratification vote on the Verizon Wireless contract extension beginning Thursday, July 21 at 2pm and ending Friday, July 22 at 2pm.
July 20, 2022. Johnny Pizarro, a Parking Production Assistant and CWA Local 1101 member was shot and killed in Brooklyn this morning while working on a Law and Order production. This is a horrible tragedy and a tremendous blow to the PPAs, Coordinators and the entire CWA Local 1101 community.

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.

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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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