CWA members from five different locals across North Carolina, including members of the national Women's Committee and the national Civil Rights and Equity Committee, participated in a "Fight Forward" training in Greensboro with CWA Campaign Leads Angie Wells and Cesar Leyva to learn how to build power through local activism and mobilization. The training is designed to give CWAers tools to stem the dangerous assaults on the working class and to move forward toward a more just and equitable society.
"I was afforded the opportunity to be amongst the first to attend the Fight Forward training alongside other members of my local," said Yasmeen Alston, an American Airlines Reservations Agent and Steward for CWA Local 3640 in Winston-Salem, NC. "The training curriculum contained an abundance of informative material and was very enlightening. I have significant confidence that my brothers and sisters across CWA can and will benefit from this training."
CWA members from five different locals across North Carolina participated in a Fight Forward training in Greensboro to learn how to build power through local activism and mobilization.