APWU: Contract Negotiations Kick Off Rally, Monday, June 25 – Sticker Day June 26

Contract Negotiations Kick Off Rally, Monday, June 25, 7PM EST Catch the livestream on APWU.org! On June 25, the day before contract negotiations begin, APWU leaders, members and our allies will rally at 7 pm at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC, the site of negotiations. APWU members and our families can follow the livestream…

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APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – September 12, 2017 Edition

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU: Excerpt: The Chapter and the Local had jointly sent instructions to our members and others about the assembly area and the line of march. Those instructions were the result of the Parade Committee’s determination, at our request, that all the Post Office…

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Communities and Postal Workers United – Summer 2016 Newsletter

Attached is Summer 2016 newsletter of Communities and Postal Workers United. Please print (2-sided) and distribute at postal worksites and at appropriate community gatherings and SHARE WIDELY online. Solidarity! Jamie Partridge CPWU

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APWU President Dimondstein Congratulates Union Members in New Contract Video

Web News Article #: 146-2016 07/18/2016 – APWU President Mark Dimondstein congratulates union members for their role in winning a new Collective Bargaining Agreement in a five-minute video. Source: APWU  

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APWU: Solidarity Endures in Lancaster’s VMF Crew

Web News Article #: 094-2016 05/02/2016 – Members of the Lancaster [PA] Area Local working in the Vehicle Maintenance Facility (VMF) wore their solidarity on their sleeves April 28 with APWU T-shirts. Source: APWU  

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APWU: Big Enough to Win!

[maxgallery id=”40238″] Web News Article #: 166-2015 08/21/2015 – APWU President Mark Dimondstein addressed the convention of the American Federation of Government Employees on Aug. 17, and – echoing convention’s theme – asked, “Is it true that AFGE is becoming Big Enough to Win?” The response was a resounding “Yes.” “The labor movement needs to…

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