UAW Local 1970 (Ford Salaried Workers)

The next General Membership Meeting will be on March 7, 2018.  As usual, it will be at UAW Local 245, 1226 Monroe St, Dearborn.  The hall will open at 3 p.m.

At the end of 2017, we will be saying good-bye to six Body CAD Designers:

Tom Coseo - - December 1977

Mark Miller - - May 1978

     The September/October Member Service Recognition Award drawing will be a Gift Card to The Old Road Murder Mystery Train and 4 Gift Tickets to Sea Life

Celebrate the Victories of the Past, the Promise of the Future The hours are brutally long; overtime pay doesn’t exist. Workplace safety is unheard of. Limbs are lost, and yet the machines grind on, indifferent to your suffering. Do you want to keep your job and feed your family? Your boss wants his roof repaired and a gift of his favorite liquor, too

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NAFTA—to put it bluntly—was terrible for working families in the United States, as well as our allies to the north and south, Canada and Mexico. The terrible deal triggered job losses, closed auto factories, depressed wages and more power for corporations across all three countries.

Fill out the comment form to tell the U.S. Trade Representative why working families must be prioritized in future trade deals. We provided talking points below for you to use in crafting your own statement

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  At the meeting on Thursday, August 31, 2017, the winners of the Good and Welfare were:

$250 - Eli Rogers
$100 - Linda Ginnard
$200 Rolling Pot - Mike Altherr
The next Rolling Pot will be worth $100.

The winners from the June meeting were:
     $250 Richard Skicki
     $100 Jim Yoos

The labor movement isn’t content to merely survive in an era when anti-union lawmakers control both chambers of Congress – we’re moving forward, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka told delegates at the 2018 UAW Community Action Program (CAP) Conference in Washington, D.C.

“It’s time to drop our shield, pick up our sword and go on offense for a while,” Trumka said.

First, NAACP President Derrick Johnson explained that there definitely is a connection between civil rights and labor. As a matter of fact, they are natural allies. And two, just as with other progressive coalitions and allies, we must stay sharply focused on the next five years to turn the tide on the attacks from the right.