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Standing Committees

BYLAWS COMMITTEE

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CAP Committee

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Chaplaincy Committee

Communications Committee

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Community Services

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Union Doctors Info:

UNION HEALTHCARE ADVOCATES

UNION DOCTORS FOR UNION WORKERS
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DOCTOR LOCATION PHONE NUMBER
Robert E. Grant Southeast Dallas (972) 557-7000

Brian Harrison Grand Prairie (972) 237-5959

Eric Prall Carrollton (214) 546-5936

Monte Anderson Arlington (817) 533-8000

Randall Wilds Ft. Worth (817) 831-3388

Christi Farrel Garland (214) 575-7770

Robert Dasilva Lewisville (972) 436-4434

Mathew DeGaetano Lewisville (972) 436-4434

Trace Alexander Addison (972) 488-9686

Serge P. Francois Oak Cliff (214) 948-6500

Nick Mirro Dallas (469) 688-2151

Consumer Affairs

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Education Committee

On April 24th through the 29th I attended the UAW Education Committee Conference at the Walter and May Reuther Education Center in Black Lake Michigan.  First I want to thank Mr. President Mark Crear for sending me, this was a great experience. I also wanted to thank Jessica De Los Santos and Kaylee Turner who helped so much with my travel arrangements. They have always made sure it is a pleasurable experience. I also want to thank my fellow union brothers and sisters, without them this would not be possible.

I start by passing on the well wishes of UAW President Ray Curry and Education Director Ruthann Hande who both spoke at this event. It was the 1st session back since the pandemic so there was a lot of excitement.

Five days, 185 attendees in all. Every  region was represented, and I got to speak with other union members from all over the country. We participated in several classes like:

  • Effective Educator training
  • Strategic Planning
  • Growing Your Committees
  • And many workshops

We also talked about UAW core values

  1. Build and maintain high standards in contracts
  2. All are equal regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, skill or education level
  3. We fight for everyone, not just ourselves. This goes beyond the workplace, it’s about our communities and our country.
  4. Breadbox is connected to the ballot box. It’s why the union is political. To protect members interests like labor rights, workplace safety, and social security.

We talked about where Union power comes from:

  • Solidarity in our membership
  • Knowledge
  • Bargaining
  • Laws
  • Our elected officials
  • Committees
  • Our history

I’ve brought home knowledge and resources to help me be a better Education Committee Chair and look forward to sharing with you. Thank you.

Jared Johnson, Education Committee Chair

UAW local 218

Solidarity

Health & Safety

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Human Rights Committee

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LCLAA

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Organizing

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Recreation Committee

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Retirees

UAW Local 218 Retiree Membership Meetings take place on the 4th Wednesday of each month at the UAW Local 218 Union Hall at 11am. 

 

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Skilled Trades

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Union Labels

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Veteran’s Committee

Increasing Social Security Benefits

See the web site and notes below to possibly increase your Social Security Benefits. DD Form 214—Social Security Benefit, please share this with anyone who had active duty service between January 1957 to December 31, 2001 and planning for retirement. In a nutshell it...

Women’s Committee

Please click the link below to see a summary of business conducted at recent UAW Region 8 Women’s Meeting.

Womens Meeting-UAW Region 8- May 13, 2022