If your credit card or bank information has changed, you can call (608) 662-1444 or (800) 362-7390 to get it updated. Extension 226 will get you an AFT-W staff person who is available weekdays until 3:30. Extension 227 will get you the WPEC office which is usually staffed on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday afternoons. If you have a new email address, home address or worksite information, you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The results are in, and the message is clear: strong unions matter. Once again, every AFT-Wisconsin local union that pursued recertification was victorious, showing that even with the game rigged, union members still know how to organize for success. (You can read AFT-Wisconsin's press release by clicking "more" below.) Congratulations to members of the following AFT-Wisconsin local unions for their election victories!
- Local 212 - faculty and PSRP at Milwaukee Area Technical College
- Local 243 - full-time faculty and PSRP at Madison Area Technical College
- Local 395 - faculty at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College
- Local 2308 - faculty at Blackhawk Technical College
- Local 3338 - faculty at Moraine Park Technical College
- Local 3605 - faculty, non-teaching professionals, and PSRP at Western Technical College
- Local 4019 - PSRP at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College
- Local 6100 - part-time faculty at Madison Area Technical College
April 15 -- Fight for $15
On April 15th, people of all walks of life will join together nationwide for a historic moment to fight for $15.
April 19 - May 1 -- The Global Climate Convergence
April 22 - The Future of Conservation Science
A panel discussion with Spencer Black, UW-Madison Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning. 7:00 at Tripp Commons, UW Memorial
May 1 -- May Day Solidarity March - Milwaukee,
We will march as a contingent of workers from all sectors opposed to "right to work" and other attacks on workers and immigrants.
In her latest column appearing in the New York Times, AFT President Randi Weingarten looks at how Minnesota and Wisconsin have followed very different economic paths since electing new governors in 2010.