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May 5, 2021

Robert D. Johnson Memorial Scholarship Recipients for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

We are pleased to announce that a random drawing chose the winners of the Robert D. Johnson Memorial Scholarship, and the recipients for the 2021-2022 academic year are....

May 3, 2021

Join the movement of IHX Workers building power on the job with CWA!

Great Video from our Southfield, MI IHX folks, please go to link at end of video to sign up to Join the movement of IHX Workers building power on the job with CWA!

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day April 28th

Mourn the Dead - Fight for the Living. #WorkersMemorialDay #CWAStrong #1u

April 16, 2021


District 4 - CWA CARES
As you probably know, April is National Volunteers Month. Many Locals in District 4 sponsor/participate in volunteer projects within their communities. The goal of the CWA CARES Program would be to support a Local’s efforts by enhancing turn-out, utilizing media platforms, and encouraging more community engagement.

April 7, 2021

On Wisconsin!!!!!

We are excited to announce that CWA D4 Wisconsin Political Council supported and labor endorsed candidate Dr. Jill Underly has been elected as Wisconsin's next statewide Superintendent of Public Instruction!

March 24, 2021

Wisconsin Spring Election

Wisconsinites have options for voting in the April 6 Spring Election. Today, Tuesday, March 23, marks the first day of in-person absentee voting. In-person absentee voting runs through possibly April 4. Hours vary by municipality. Check with your municipal clerk’s office for information on when and where to early vote in your area.

March 10, 2021

The PRO Act passed in the House of Representatives!

Now we take the fight to the Senate!!

March 4, 2021

Communications Workers of America (CWA) Celebrates House Passage of the For the People Act (H.R. 1)

CWA is Calling for Immediate Passage of the Bill’s Senate Companion

February 26, 2021

Celebrate Black History Month with CWA District 4

A. Philip Randolph, a proud American

February 25, 2021

Celebrate Black History Month with CWA District 4

When we think of Black History, what comes to mind? Is it the slavery of North America in 1619, the rise of the coalition industry in 1793? Was it the abolitionism and the Underground Railroad in 1831, which was fueled by slaves’ efforts to liberate themselves, and by groups of white settlers who opposed slavery on religious or moral grounds?