Philadelphia May Day Rally Calls for Workers Rights; Hits Staples Deal

APWU members joined a crowd of 200 that marched through Philadelphia on May 1, stopping at Staples, Wells Fargo, Starbucks, and Comcast to criticize their anti-labor, anti-community policies and to champion the cause of workers’ rights.

APWU Members, Supporters Ramp Up Stop Staples Campaign

APWU members were exuberant after staging 56 Stop Staples protests in 27 states on April 24 – and momentum is building. Carrying signs and chanting, “The U.S. Mail Is Not for Sale,” participants got the message across. The protests received...

APWU Supports NALC’s Annual Food Drive

APWU President Mark Dimondstein is urging APWU members to actively support the 22nd annual Letter Carriers Food Drive, which is set for May. 10.   NBAs to Address Questions On Residual Vacancies APWU President Mark Dimondstein has assigned Clerk...

Postal Unions Write to House Committee Leaders

The presidents of the four postal unions have written to leaders of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee expressing opposition to White House 2015 budget proposals regarding the Postal Service. In the letter [PDF], the presidents...

Four Postal Unions Form Historic Alliance

Declaring that “the U.S. Postal Service is under unprecedented attack,” the presidents of the four postal unions have formed a historic alliance to fight back.