Craft Union is a nonprofit organization formed in March of 2018 to advocate for and organize workers at the craft industries of the Americas.
It was founded by a group of local union members who wanted to work with the United Auto Workers (UAW) and other union members in their efforts to organize the automotive industry in the United States.
In January of 2019, the organization began organizing in the state of Florida, which is home to the United Automobile Workers ( UAW ).
As of October 2017, the Craft Union was making strides in reaching out to and engaging with the UAW, with a number of organizing projects in place, such as the Florida Craft Union Convention and Conference and the Florida Workers Alliance for Worker Engagement.
The organization currently has 10 local chapters in Florida and Puerto Rico.
While the organization was formed, the United Car Workers (UFCW) also held a large rally at the Capitol to call for unionization and fight for better working conditions.
The UAW did not comment on this story, but they did release a statement, saying: “The AFL-CIO and the U.S. government are fighting a two-front war in the South and North.
We will continue to fight to achieve fair wages, fair working conditions, fair retirement, and the right to organize, bargain collectively and collectively bargain collectively, with all workers in our country.”
According to the union, the Trump administration is making it easier for workers to be fired at work for union organizing efforts, including the passage of a bill that requires workers to provide an affidavit from a union attorney, and a requirement that workers who are fired for organizing a union to go to court.
In a press release, the UAFU says that the craft union movement has been building in the U