Thanksgiving Meal


Book Launch Party

Official WICHITA Book Launch


“I’ve Got A POLE You Can Climb-

– Tales of a Telephone Technician”
Published by HARD-SHORT Pressllc.

December 9, 2018


At the 
Wichita Art Museum

1400 W. Museum Blvd.

***NOTE! For you “Wichitans” this is across the street from the 

Indian Center and on the same road as Cow Town, Get it??***


Also…NOT child friendly. We write like we talk and you know how THAT is.

The nice people at the front desk will direct you when you get here.

Reception includes a Hot Soup and Bread Brunch

Provided by “The MUSE” Restaurant.


Event includes Book readings by the authors,

a Q&A session, Cuss &Discuss along with other war stories,

and then a drawing for free book copies and cover art t-shirts.

Book copies WILL be on hand for purchase. Credit/Check/Cash-OK

Oh yeah…book signing as well…(ya know…if ya wanna…)

The Labor Wire

Nov. 13, 2018
A week after Election Day, working people are keeping up the fight for our economic rights. After winning at the ballot box, the labor movement is notching victories in workplaces across the country. From San Diego to Washington, D.C., we are continuing to build a brighter future for working families.
Message of the Day—We’re Still Fighting
Check out just a few of the recent wins propelling our movement forward:
• Hospitality workers represented by UNITE HERE Local 30 ratified a new contract with the Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter hotel, ending a 35-day strike. The 162 workers voted unanimously, after working without a contract since April of last year.
• Graduate students at Georgetown University voted overwhelmingly to be represented by the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) in affiliation with the AFT.
• The United Steelworkers (USW) last month struck a new master agreement with U.S. Steel Corp., breaking a three-year wage freeze for 16,000 workers at facilities across the country.
Keep up to date on all of the most recent worker wins on the AFL-CIO’s blog.
Kitchen Table Economics
1 million: The number of Arkansas and Missouri workers who will see a pay raise after successful minimum wage increases.
If you would like to subscribe, click here.

Volunteers For Beckie Jenek

Volunteers needed for the volunteer walk with Labor for Beckie Jenek.

 Saturday, September 29

Meet Beckie / canvass training @ 10:30am

(Light lunch and bottled water will be provided)

Distribute walk sheets @ 11:15

Canvass 11:30 – 2:00 

Meet at: 


3340 W Douglas Ave

Wichita, KS 67203 

Campaign t-shirts will be available to volunteers, free of charge, on a first come, first served basis.

If you’re in the Wichita area please try to attend!

Lets try to get as many activists out as we can for the following canvass on Saturday September 29th. Please let CWA know who is committed to going by

Calling  316 267 2592 and leave a message .

Save Our Call Center Jobs!


September 17, 2018

FROM:       Derrick Osobase, Administrative Director

SUBJECT:   Tell Congress to Save our Call Center Jobs!

In recent years, AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile and other companies have closed call centers in the United States and sent thousands of valuable service-sector jobs overseas. CWA is calling on Congress to pass legislation in the House and Senate to stop U.S. companies from offshoring customer service jobs. If passed, bills H.R. 1300 or S. 515 would make companies that offshore call center jobs ineligible for certain federal grants and tax-payer funded loans. These bills also would require U.S. callers to be told the geographic location of the call centers they’ve been connected to and offered the opportunity to be connected to U.S.-based call centers.

Please take a moment to sign and share the petition (link below), and share with your membership and LP Coordinators.

Also, click here for more information about the bills, along with some research CWA has done on the effects of offshoring call center jobs.



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