CWA Local 6215

CWA Local 6215 Located at 1408 N. Washington Avenue, Ste. 300, CWA Local 6215 is one of the largest union locals in the CWA District 6 area. We represent approximately 4,200 active members in six different contracts throughout the Dallas Metroplex area.

Operating as usual

More pics from 2021 New Executive Board swearing in ceremony ..
01/30/2021

More pics from 2021 New Executive Board swearing in ceremony ..

01/29/2021

2021 New Executive Board swearing in ceremony ... Union Strong 💪🏽

Press Release from CWA President Chris Shelton regarding attack on Capitolhttps://cwa-union.org/news/releases/yesterdays...
01/08/2021
Yesterday’s Insurrection Was An Attack on Democracy by White Supremacists and Fascists

Press Release from CWA President Chris Shelton regarding attack on Capitol
https://cwa-union.org/news/releases/yesterdays-insurrection-was-attack-on-democracy-white-supremacists-and-fascists

Yesterday, the world watched as armed insurrectionists, with the encouragement of the President of the United States, launched an attack on the Capitol in an attempt to undermine our democracy and prevent Congress from certifying the results of the Presidential election.

CWA District 6 Election Kickoff August 27 @6
08/21/2020

CWA District 6 Election Kickoff August 27 @6

Legislative Meeting August 25 @7 via Zoom
08/21/2020

Legislative Meeting August 25 @7 via Zoom

https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/att-stop-cutting-jobs-lead-the-recovery-2?source=direct_link&&fbclid=IwAR3hqrabn1qX-...
08/03/2020
AT&T Stop Cutting Jobs & Lead the Recovery

https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/att-stop-cutting-jobs-lead-the-recovery-2?source=direct_link&&fbclid=IwAR3hqrabn1qX-EqFh6_uV8v_OVHhfjGHVvLxaKEfBP1ORAzP-HRof2wJkVA

Despite the pandemic forcing many to work from home and rely more heavily on communications services, AT&T plans to permanently close more than 250 AT&T Mobility and Cricket Wireless stores cutting thousands of technician and clerical jobs across the country. Turning its back on its workers....

07/30/2020

The GENERAL MEETING of Local 6215 scheduled for Thursday, July 30, 2020 has been CANCELED due to the rising cases/concerns with COVID-19. Apologies for the short notice of cancellation. Safety remains our primary concern for each of our members.

More pics.....
07/20/2020

More pics.....

Additional PICs. Thanks so much! Stay strong!
07/20/2020

Additional PICs. Thanks so much! Stay strong!

National day of action supporting CWA Strong Against Racism- MDC, Pinnacle Park, Lakeside, Campbell Creek- thanks to all...
07/20/2020

National day of action supporting CWA Strong Against Racism- MDC, Pinnacle Park, Lakeside, Campbell Creek- thanks to all of you for participating. CWA Core, NIC,Mobility and retiree group. Also APRI Dallas.

CWA Local 6215
07/17/2020

CWA Local 6215

Additional pictures from our Human Rights Selfie board- our treasurer, Anita Learned!
06/26/2020

Additional pictures from our Human Rights Selfie board- our treasurer, Anita Learned!

Thankfully, Last night we were able to successfully and safely meet in person! We were definitely socially distanced, ma...
06/26/2020

Thankfully, Last night we were able to successfully and safely meet in person! We were definitely socially distanced, masked, sanitized and even offered radio broadcasting from the parking lot. We covered an array of business and timely subjects. See pics from our human rights selfie board- we were challenged by our secretary to find a word or words or phrase that can unite us and keep us focused on our mission of equality, unity, justice, fighting and solidarity. These are the threads that bind us together!

06/24/2020

Good afternoon CWA Local 6215, below are details for the upcoming Primary Election Early Vote and Primary Election Day dates:

First Day of Early Voting-Monday, June 29, 2020

Last Day to Apply by Mail-(Received, not Postmarked)
Thursday, July 2, 2020

Last Day of Early Voting-Friday, July 10, 2020

Primary Election Day- July 14,2020

Last Day to Receive Ballot by Mail-Tuesday, July 14, 2020 (Election Day) at 7:00 p.m. if carrier envelope is not postmarked, OR Wednesday, July 15, 2020 (next business day after Election Day) at 5:00 p.m. if carrier envelope is postmarked by 7:00 p.m. at the location of the election on Election Day (unless overseas or military voter deadlines apply)

Regards,
Earnest Tilley
Executive Vice President Local 6215

06/19/2020
VoteTexas.gov » Required Identification for Voting in Person

Gm Local 6215:

Get ready to cast your vote in the Runoff elections coming up. Early voting will run from June 29 through July 10,2020 and primary election day is July 14th. Below are the Dallas County Central Labor Council and CWA endorsements. You can review the ballot by going to www.votetexas.gov

Statewide Offices:

U.S. Senate- Royce West

Railroad Commissioner =Roberto “Beto” Alonzo //runoff//
Congress

U.S. House, District 24 =Dual Endorsement of Kim Olson and Candace Valenzuela

Texas House District 100 =Lorraine Birabil

CRIMINAL DISTRICT JUDGE, DALLAS COUNTY Number 3- Teresa Hawthorne

To vote in Texas, you must be registered. Simply pick up a voter registration application, fill it out, and mail it at least 30 days before the election date. MORE ABOUT REGISTRATION >

Thank you for participating!
06/12/2020

Thank you for participating!

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06/11/2020

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06/11/2020
8 minutes and 46 seconds.
06/11/2020

8 minutes and 46 seconds.

General Meeting for tonight May 28 has been canceled due to concerns of safety related to COVID-19.
05/28/2020

General Meeting for tonight May 28 has been canceled due to concerns of safety related to COVID-19.

05/21/2020

The May 28th, 2020 General Meeting for CWA Local 6215 has been canceled due to social distancing concerns related to COVID-19. The meeting of the Executive Board will go on as scheduled via conference call.

April 30th General Meeting for CWA Local 6215 has been canceled due to the social distancing guidelines related to COVID...
04/28/2020

April 30th General Meeting for CWA Local 6215 has been canceled due to the social distancing guidelines related to COVID-19.

03/23/2020

ATTENTION MOBILITY- Due to the circumstances surrounding the Coronavirus, the ratification time-frame for voting has been extended. CWA Mobility Members will be able to vote until March 26, 2020 at 7 pm CST.

The hotline hours will be Monday - Wednesday 11 am to 6 pm CST.
Hotline Number:
1.844.VOTE.CWA
(1.844.868.3292)

03/12/2020

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to affect communities across the globe, CWA Local 6215 has taken precaution by canceling the March 26 General Membership Meeting. Official notices are being mailed out to post at work locations. Please contact the Union Hall with concerns or questions.

Gm CWA Local 6215 Purple Mobility Contract members!! There will be a Town Hall call for you on Monday at 8 pm. Please jo...
02/28/2020

Gm CWA Local 6215 Purple Mobility Contract members!! There will be a Town Hall call for you on Monday at 8 pm. Please join the call and get your questions answered so that you can vote accordingly

Good afternoon, there will be a block walk this Saturday for our endorsed candidate Lorraine Birabil for HD 100 seat, th...
02/28/2020

Good afternoon, there will be a block walk this Saturday for our endorsed candidate Lorraine Birabil for HD 100 seat, the special guest participating will be none other than Presidential Candidate Beto O'Rourke

02/25/2020

Gm Local 6215!!

Early voting's still going on this week until Friday February 28th! Election day is March 3rd, have u voted???? If not, you have time!!!!

Address

1408 N Washington Ave, Ste 300
Dallas, TX
75204-5162

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

(214) 826-6215

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Is this for all of us??
MY VOTE IS NO ON THIS CONTRACT AND YOURS SHOULD BE TOO!!! Message me for details, but this is IN NO WAY A FAIR CONTRACT and we should be ashamed that this is what we walked away from the table with.
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, Raymond Quiroga Ayala, loving husband and father of two children, passed away at age 74. Raymond was born on June 28, 1945 in Dallas, TX to Sam and Elisa Ayala. He attended South Oak Cliff High school before entering the United States Marine Corps in 1967, served in Vietnam, and would later retire after 35 years of service with AT&T. On December 18, 1971, he married Hermelinda Castillo Moreno. They raised two sons, Ramon and Salvador. Raymond was a natural-born teacher and leader, demonstrating his ability as a team lead in the Corps, coaching his boys’ club soccer teams to multiple and repeated successes, and advancing to a management role in his career. The camaraderie, structure, and discipline he derived from military service shaped his life and supplied him the tools he used to become the consummate provider for his family. He loved a good story and was an avid reader, his favorite writers being Stephen King and Tom Clancy. After a morning full of yardwork, Raymond’s perfect afternoon would have been settling in for a Dallas Cowboys game, dogs by his side, and a large bowl of menudo to enjoy. Raymond was preceded in death by his father, Sam, his mother, Elisa, his infant brother, Sammy, and his younger brother Bobby. He is survived by his wife Hermelinda, his two sons, Ramon and Salvador, four grandchildren, his brother Johnny, his sister Lisa, and several cousins, nieces, and nephews. A funeral service will be held on Friday, October 4th, 2019 at Calvary Hill Funeral Home on Lombardy Street at 11am.
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Do you guys ever have Deputy Voter Registrars at your functions? If not, it is something to consider. I am qualified to regisyer voters in Collin and Dallas counties. I would be honored to register union folks to vote.
Any news on the surplus of Prem Techs?
This week wraps up the Employee Giving Campaign. Thanks to CWA 6215, Texas New Era Center - Project Phoenix will have made approximately 70-80 presentations. We can not thank you enough for your hospitality and kindness by allowing us into your workplaces. As I mentioned to many of you, your donation will make an immediate impact on our program. For those of you reading this who we may not have had the privilege of visiting with: We are a Second Chance, Second Career non-profit program. Second Chance: We work with Dallas County Judges with a Criminal Docket and Dallas County Probation to help first time, non-violent, felony probationers through the application process to gain UNION JOBS getting on-the-job, job specific training while earning family sustaining wages and benefits. Second Career: We have recently expanded to include Military Veterans. We work with Judge Dominique Collins Veterans Court, and will be the sole provider for UNION construction jobs for those going through TAPS at the local military installations. We are a union family member! A product of the Dallas AFLCIO, Project Phoenix helps young adults involved in the criminal justice system and military veterans to have a second chance and/or a second career. You can read more about Texas New Era Center - Project Phoenix at www.texasnewera.org. Again, thank you all for your time and generosity. The Staff at TNEC
Is there still a retirees group or committee that meets at the hall? If so, when do they meet?