AFT-Wisconsin Local 6510

The University of Wisconsin – Whitewater United (UWW United) Union is American Federation of Teachers (AFT) – Wisconsin Local Affiliate 6510

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When we meet:

General Member Meetings: 1:30 pm, second Fridays of the month on-line.

We also meet informally weekly on Thursdays 4:30 – 6:00 pm.

Please contact us at for meeting link and happy-hour location or see the event in Facebook Calendar

What is the UWW United AFT Union?

UWW United is a local affiliate of AFT-Wisconsin which is part of the National AFT union. UWW United is a union for faculty and academic staff at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. We are organizing for better working conditions, a stronger university system, and to improve and support faculty related issues in the workplace environment.

Join us today to provide collective change and help build the university that faculty, staff, and students deserve.

How to Join

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater United (UWWU), Local 6510 (faculty and academic staff)

Click the following link for information on how to join Local 6510, then click 6510 near the bottom of the page:

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More about the AFT, AFT-Wisconsin and what Unions Do:


The AFT, an affiliate of the AFL-CIO, was founded in 1916 and today represents 1.72 million members in more than 3,000 local affiliates nationwide.

The AFT is governed by its elected officers and by delegates to the union's biennial convention, which sets union policy. Elected leaders are President Randi Weingarten, Secretary-Treasurer Fedrick C. Ingram and Executive Vice President Evelyn DeJesus along with a 43-member executive council.

Link to the AFT site.


AFT-Wisconsin is your union. We are a union of professionals working in the University of Wisconsin System, the Wisconsin Technical College System, public schools, and state agencies. Through collective action in our workplace and communities, we help ensure affordable and high-quality public education and services. We create democratic workplaces where workers who know the jobs best have a say in how the institution is run. We fight for fair compensation and working conditions. In solidarity with workers across the country and the world, we fight for a just and equitable society for all.

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What Unions Do:

In AFT President Randi Weingarten’s New York Times column, she “The gist was that higher wages, health benefits and job security—all associated with union membership—boost one’s chances of getting married. Belonging to a union doesn’t actually guarantee happily ever after, but it does help working people have a better life in the here and now.” Click through to read the full column. Source:

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