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USPS Receives COVID-19 Financial Relief Following Success of #SaveThePostOffice Campaign

APWU members and our allies won an important victory in our fight to save the Post Office as the US Treasury Department last week released $8.648 billion to the USPS for COVID-19-related postal operating expenses and losses. The money came from a $...

Clerk Craft Prepares for National Negotiations

The APWU will begin negotiations for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) in June. The current CBA is set to expire on September 20, 2021. As such, the Clerk Craft officers have begun preparing for negotiations on issues related to our craft...

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New Policy Brief Shows Importance of Postal Service to Black Families in Present and Future

(This article first appeared in the March/April 2021 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) In February, the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) released a new policy brief, titled “Black Families Have a Major Stake in the Future of the Public...

Labor News

(This article first appeared in the March/April 2021 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) 1,400 Warehouse Workers and Drivers in New York Win Raise After Strike On January 17, around 1,400 members of Teamsters Local 202 who work at Hunts...

Learning the Union Difference

(This article first appeared in the March/April 2021 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) There is certainly something to be said for developing working relationships with postal management or company representatives. When you have someone...

MVS Challenges Zero Base Review

(This article first appeared in the March/April 2021 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) The APWU initiated a National Dispute on January 29, 2021, challenging the Postal Service’s National Zero Base review program and Transportation...

Postal Workers Are Essential Workers

(This article first appeared in the March/April 2021 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) Moving forward into 2021, we can be amazed and be proud of how we persevered and managed to get through the past year of COVID-19 battered but unbowed...

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