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The theme of the UAW’s 2015 Special Convention on Collective Bargaining is “The Power of Col- lective Bargaining Lifts Us All.” This reminds us that the historic gains members make at the bar- gaining table are victories that lift families into the middle class and benefit entire communities. It also reminds us that no gain we have achieved has been freely given but has come only from the power of collective bargaining, and the solidarity it creates when we come together at the negotiating table. click here to read more...

Dennis Williams
UAW ready to fight to restore the middle class

In the dark days of the Great Recession, UAWmembers from all sectors accepted concessions as many companies were threatened with bankruptcy and profits evaporated. Six years later, the outlook has improved, UAW President Dennis Williams told delegates on the final day of the 2015 UAW Special Bargaining Convention in Detroit. click here to read more...
2015 Special Bargaining Convention Proposed Resolutions

Dennis Williams Speech




Informational Articles in PROmember

We are strongest when we stand together.

The more of us who participate, the stronger we all are.

Member involvement is the reason for all of our achievements, both at and beyond the bargaining table.

We’ve raised standards in our industries. We’ve brought jobs and investment back home. And we’ve created new paths into the middle class, lifting workers out of poverty.

But the rise of non-union competition and a recent wave of anti-union attacks are challenging us like never before.

To restore our bargaining power, we all have to take responsibility and participate more. There are no excuses.

After all, The UAW’s power is based on the idea of solidarity. If one of our members succeeds, we all succeed.

What can you do? A lot! Here are ways to participate:

  • Get active: Attend meetings, go to trainings, read updates, ask questions.
  • Get involved: Volunteer to be on standing committees.  Take the initiative to talk to co-workers about how to strengthen our union to face the challenges of the future.
  • Give feedback: Let leaders at all levels know your ideas and concerns. We know that we are stronger together, so your input is incredibly important. It’s crucial that this be a two-way conversation, so please send leadership your thoughts at

And we will do our part. The UAW plans to take the following steps to increase membership participation as part of the PRO-member plan:

  • Improve member communications at the worksite
  • Intensify local outreach through an expanded digital program that encourages local unions to develop email and social media programs as well as to increase direct communication from local leadership
  • Solicit ideas and feedback from members across the country

Expand our online presence, revamp our website and give members more mechanisms to plug in, connect with other members, and increase participation within their own communities

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Region 2B

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Please be involved CAP meetings are held
3rd Monday EVERY Month
Local 12
2300 Ashland Ave

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click on Development

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