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John R. Smith, First Retirees Director, Passes Away

John R. Smith, former Retirees Department Director, passed away Jan. 11, at the age of 91. Brother Smith (known by most as “JR”) was the first ever director of the Retirees Department. At the time of his retirement from the APWU on May 7, 2005,...

Over 400,000 People Demand a Postmaster General Who Supports the Public Postal Service

On Jan. 6, APWU national officers, fellow union members, organizers and activists, many from organizations in A Grand Alliance to Save Our Public Postal Service (Grand Alliance), gathered at USPS Headquarters to demand the Postal Board of Governors...

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Deadly Earthquakes Strike Puerto Rico

A string of earthquakes recently struck Puerto Rico. The largest, a 6.4 magnitude lethal quake, hit early Tuesday morning (around 4AM) causing massive power outages, water, and structural damage to homes, roads, businesses, bridges and of post...

Tentative Agreements reached for National Professional Postal Nurses (NPPN) and the Information Technology/Accounting Services (IT/AS) units.

The American Postal Workers Union and U.S. Postal Service have come to tentative terms on Collective Bargaining Agreements for the National Professional Postal Nurses (NPPN) contract and the Information Technology/Accounting Services (IT/AS)...

APWU Organizing Victory!

On Tuesday December 17th, a large group of non-supervisory USPS Shared Services Personnel Processing Specialists at the Human Resources Shared Services Center (HRSSC) in Greensboro, NC voted to join the APWU! The margin of victory was an...

The People's Postal Service: No One Gets Left Off the List

The people's public postal service means no one gets left off the list. The next Postmaster General should protect universal home delivery and keep public ownership of the U.S. Mail. It's the People's Postal Service: Keep it. It's Yours.

We demand that new Postmaster General Must Support the Public Postal Service

More than 230,000 postal workers, members of community organizations and allies across the country have signed a petition to protect our public postal service. APWU calls on all of our members to join. Sign and share the petition to make our voices...

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