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Warrior Met Message from President Roberts

February 16, 2022 International President Roberts discusses the current status of the Warrior Met Strike and next steps.   President…

Tom Morello & Grandson show UMWA support on the Jimmy Fallon Show

THANK YOU Tom Morello and Grandson for showing your support for the #UMWA miners on strike Warrior Met Coal on…

53rd Annual Farmington Memorial - Virtual Event

Unfortunately, to ensure the safety of our membership and their families, UMWA District 31 made the decision to hold this…

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53rd Annual Farmington Memorial – Virtual Event

Unfortunately, to ensure the safety of our membership and their families, UMWA District 31 made the decision to hold this year’s 53rd Annual Farmington Memorial Service virtually. It is the UMWA’s promise to always hold a memorial service to honor the 78 men who lost their lives in 1968 at the Farmington #9 mine. We […]

UMWA 2021 Veterans Day Video from President Roberts

UMWA International President Cecil E. Roberts would like to wish all veterans a happy Veteran’s Day and to say “Welcome Home”.

Miners Against BlackRock

UMWA miners and hundreds of supporters marched to the BlackRock Headquarters on November 4, 2021, to show that our fight against Warrior Met doesn’t just exist in Alabama. BlackRock is Warrior Mets biggest investor and no matter what any judge says, the UMWA will not stop protesting, will not stop rallying, will not stop picketing […]

October 13, 2021 – Warrior Met Coal Solidarity Rally

Thank you to everyone who came out to this week’s UMWA Solidarity Rally. We loved seeing all of the Halloween costumes and being able to stand together in #Solidarity against Warrior Met Coal! #OneDayLonger   REMINDER: Next week’s rally (October 20, 2021) is being held at the Brookwood Ballpark at 6:00 P.M. Call the District […]

Battle of Blair Mountain 100 Years Later

2021 marks the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Blair Mountain, one of the most significant labor actions in American history. We—museums, descendants of the RedNeck Army, labor activists, musicians, teachers, history buffs, and more—gathered in early September to host and attend a slate of events across Central Appalachia, and online. Collectively, these programs brought […]

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