CODE-CWA Press & Updates

The biggest tech unionization effort is happening at the New York Times where 700 tech workers—the back bone of the newspaper’s digital power, have voted to unionize as the New York TImes Tech Guild with CWA.

“The last worker who walked out said only five or six workers were left. They had a bunch of managers, HR people, safety ambassadors doing their work. All the people who normally don’t have to do the work had to." —Christian Zamarrón, an organizer with Amazonians United Chicagoland on April 7’s Strike Over Amazon’s New 'Megacycle' Shifts

On January 4th, 2021 over two hundred workers from across Google and its parent company Alphabet launched the Alphabet Workers Union as a part of the Communications Workers of America. The campaign had been developing secretly over the last year as a part of the Campaign to Organize Digital Employees (CODE-CWA).

This Wednesday at 5pm PT / 8pm ET join us for a livestream Q&A with Harsha Pilli and Raghav Kaushik, Microsoft Workers and Caste in Tech Activists. RSVP to ask questions!

Hosted by a CODE-CWA campaign lead Wes McEnany and CODE-CWA organizer Tedwood Strong.


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Join CODE-CWA November 10th at 5pm PT / 8pm ET as we present a livestream Q&A with Jeff Orlowski, the Director of The Social Dilemma. Moderated by a CODE-CWA campaign lead Wes McEnany and CODE-CWA organizer Tedwood Strong.

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