Black Postal Worker to Get Trial Over Bosses’ Alleged Harassment

By Patrick Dorrian – April 4, 2022 Allegedly falsely accused of document, time theft Also needed permission to leave area, use bathroom The U.S. Postal Service must face trial on whether White supervisors at its Mandeville, La., location harassed a Black letter carrier because of her race, a New Orleans federal judge ruled. Paula Watson…

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USPS worker electrocuted at Shannon Street post office

By Dede Willis – Jan 08, 2019 A United States Postal Service employee was electrocuted Tuesday at the post office on Shannon Street in Monroe. The incident was initially reported around 9:40 a.m. First responders attempted to revive Paul W. Gammill, age 47, with CPR at the scene. The man was electrocuted while changing out…

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Western PA Postal Workers Solidarity Committee Responds to Hurricane Harvey

August 30, 2017 The Committee was convened in an unscheduled meeting today to discuss and consider the effects that hurricane Harvey has had and is having on our sisters and brother post office workers and retirees in the affected areas of Texas and Louisiana. It was noted that the national unions have publicized their reaction…

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Livingston, LA Post Office damaged yet again from driver error

LIVINGSTON, LA (WAFB) – A post office in Livingston will have to repair a damaged wall after a car crashed into it early Friday morning. This is the third time this same post office has been forced to make this type of repair. According to Chief Randy Dufrene this is the third crash his officers…

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