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Frank Stuglin was elected director of UAW Region 1 at the 37th Constitutional Convention in June 2018.

“Generations of auto workers got up every day in the Detroit area and put their grit and sweat into building GM as a company.

James Harris was appointed Assistant Director of UAW Region 1 by President Gary Jones at the 37th Constitutional Convention on June 14, 2018.  Prior to that, Brother Harris served as an Internation

UAW Region 1 welcomes workers from J.G. Kern to the UAW!  A special thank you for all the UAW members who came out in the rain to support these workers on September 25th in a show of solidarity!  

63rd Annual
UAW Region 1 Invitational Bowling Tournament
Saturday, January 20, 2018
Imperial Lanes
Clinton Township, Michigan

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

2018 Men's & Mixed Division

We are pleased to announce this year’s recipients of the UAW Region 1 Director’s Scholarship Awards.  A selection committee screened the applications and selected 35 candidates for this year’s awards.  Each winner was awarded $500.00.

All winners will be notified in writing.  They will also receive paperwork to complete before the awards are sent to their college or university.

Weddings and reunions — the kind of functions that bring people together and create lifetime memories. One way to ensure that your function will be remembered is to have it at Black Lake.

The Walter and May Reuther UAW Family Education Center in Onaway, Michigan, is available for private rentals. Many couples have taken advantage of the center’s affordable facilities — including full catering and lodging — to begin their lives together. Families and other groups have taken advantage of the amenities at Black Lake to bring their group closer together.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. AP — The National Labor Relations Board has filed another unfair labor practices complaint against Volkswagen for hiking health insurance premiums and changing working hours of employees who voted for union representation at the German automaker's only U.S. plant.

On a spring Saturday on May 1, 1886, workers at 13,000 businesses across America took a stand against dangerous work and low wages, and for an eight-hour workday. An estimated 300,000 to a half million workers, many of them immigrants, rallied and paraded through city centers in a general strike to demand an end to unsafe factory jobs with high death rates and little pay while corporations raked in booming profits. They also were encouraged by the growing labor movement and populist politics sweeping the nation as immigrants poured into the U.S.