UAW Region 6

May Day kicked off a powerful month in Region 6, with UAW workers organizing historic strike actions up and down the West Coast:

From higher ed to auto to heavy truck and beyond, this month UAW members have been demonstrating what a fighti

You are warmly invited to Region 6 Summer School, June 20-23 at Cal State Los Angeles.  The conference will convene at 10am on Thursday, June 20 and 

From auto workers at Volkswagen to student workers at the University of Oregon and beyond, worker-led organizi

Take Action

  1. Sign on: Sign the ‘All In’ with UAW petition and share with your colleagues and on social media.

  2. Pledge solidarity: Sign the Region 6 Solidarity Pledge to get connected with other UAW members in your area and coordinate turnout to actions and picket lines should a strike be necessary.

  3. Rally in Region 6: Members in Southern California, plan to attend the Region 6 Big 3 rally on September 9 in Fontana, CA. For more info & to RSVP, check out the Facebook event.

UAW Blog

Recent News

In our first year as a re-formed Region 6, members pushed forward massive wins in organizing, bargaining, contract enforcement, and political action, and at the January 2024 Political Action & Leadership Conference, members, and workers from across the Region set even more ambitious priorities for the coming years.

We are in a moment of great potential and energy for rebuilding a fighting labor movement to win a just and sustainable future for all. As this critical work continues rapidly expanding, the following new Regional staff positions are now open for applications:   

You are warmly invited to the Region 6 Injury to One is an Injury to All Conference, May 11-12 at UAW Region 6 in Oakland, CA. The conference will convene at 9am on May 11 and end no later than 4pm on May 12. Conference topics will include issues such as reproductive justice, family & childcare, fighting sexual harassment, racial justice, and international & immigrant justice. Together, members will address pressing issues of social justice that impact us in different dimensions of our work, relationships, and communities. 

Thanks to the active work of thousands of workers across the country, we are in a moment where the labor movement has incredible momentum and opportunity. But that momentum won’t keep growing on its own, and it won't translate into structural change on its own. To meet this moment, it is critical that workers across Region 6 and beyond!