New Developments in the Case of the 'Jena Six'

A Louisiana appeals court has overturned the aggravated battery conviction of Mychal Bell, the lead defendant in the Jena 6 six racially-charged incident. “This decision is welcome,” said APWU President William Burrus, “but it does not resolve the...

Seeking Justice for the 'Jena Six'

The American Postal Workers Union will join with other progressive forces at a demonstration in Jena, LA, to protest the excessively disparate punishment of six African-American high school students who were embroiled in a racially tinged...

Raising Awareness to Save Lives

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently reported that every 13 minutes someone in the U.S. commits suicide. More than 38,360 Americans died by suicide in 2010.

Life Coaching Is Here

Life Coaching is a new, innovative resource that’s available to postal employees and their families through the Employees Assistance Program (EAP). Life Coaching is not counseling or therapy; it’s a program designed to facilitate personal growth and...

Kids Camp: Where the Impossible Becomes Possible

It’s been a little more than two years since we first introduced you to the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team. All of the players made sacrifices on the battlefield, and as a team they have inspired thousands with their grit on the ball field.