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Civil Rights/Equity Committee

In Celebration of Women's History Month

CWA Human Rights Department Virtual Event on Tuesday March 21, at 6pm CDT

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CWA Newsletter

CWAers Arrested During Voting Rights Action and other CWA news and Activities

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Special Announcement to all CWA Members, family and friends

Encourage the passing of the For the People Act Bill

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CWA Juneteeth Celebration this Saturday

This celebration will be virtual at 1:30pm ET, 12:30CT Please join us in this historical event.

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2020 Census

Each year, Census data informs federal funding for more than 100 programs, including school lunches, highway construction, and education.

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Civil Rights Leader and Congressman John Lewis

Congressman and Civil Rights Leader John Robert Lewis Feb. 21, 1940 -July 17,2020 last surviving speaker from the 1963 march on Washington.

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John F. Kennedy Observance

Speech by John F. Kennedy, June 1, 1963 to U.S. conference of Mayors.

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Five (5) Chicago Museums Are Offering Free Admission On Martin Luther King Jr. Day

On Jan. 21, The Following Museums Are Offering Free Admission To Illinois Residents: Adler Planetarium, Chicago History Museum, The Field Museum, And Museum of Science and Industry

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Trump's Legacy! The Legacy I See For This President Is One Of Confusion, Apathy, Deceit And Hate. He Has An " Off With Their Heads " Attitude For Anyone Who Doesn't Agree With His Self-Serving Agenda!

We Must Remember He Is Part Of The 1%, Not The 99% And His Interests Are For The Few, Not The Many.

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The 32nd Annual Hunger Walk On Saturday, September 16, 2017.

Mark Your Calendars For The 32nd Annual Hunger Walk On Saturday, September 16, 2017. This Year’s Hunger Walk Will Be Held At Chicago’s Historic And Beautiful Jackson Park!

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CWA National - News from the Front Lines

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