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BY Ryan Hamann | Oshkosh, WI | 2/09/17
Nearly five dozen members of UAW Local 291 have gone on strike.
BY Tracey Pollock | Kohler, WI | 11/18/15
Sheboygan County Circuit Judge James Bolgert approved a temporary injunction against striking UAW 833 members ordering them not to not disrupt traffic around the Kohler Company property
BY J Burger | Hammond, IN | 9/15/14
By 4:00 p.m. Sept. 14, the negotiating committee from UAW Local 2335 had reached a tentative agreement with Lear Corporation.
BY Martha Grevatt | Detroit, MI | 1/17/11
Fight Back News Service is reprinting the following article from Workers World.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 6/12/09
In the midst of the Great Depression of the 1930s autoworkers organized into the United Auto Workers (UAW) through a wave of sit-down strikes and pitched battles with local police and company goons.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 6/05/09
Fight Back! interviewed Gregg Shotwell, a worker from the Delphi auto parts plant in Coopersville, Michigan, and a founder of Soldiers of Solidarity, an organization of rank-and-file members of the United Auto Workers (UAW).
BY Adam Price | San Jose, CA | 4/02/09
On Monday, March 30, President Obama took a tough line with General Motors and Chrysler, which had asked for billions more in aid from the government.
BY staff | United States | 10/29/07
Gregg Shotwell, a key leader of rank-and-file autoworkers was interviewed by Fight Back! shortly before the ratification of the Chrysler contract.
BY staff | Kokomo, IN | 3/12/07
"It is clear to us, the rank and file at Delphi, that management and union cooperation is over," states Todd Jordan, an autoworker at the Delphi plant here.
BY Todd M Jordan | United States | 1/26/07
New jobs and new ‘opportunity’, but at what cost?
Big Three, Honda, UAW
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