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Labor Solidarity

Workers are struggling all across the world to fight for safe working conditions, fair wages, and decent benefits, and supporting each other is crucial to building a strong labor movement. APWU stands in solidarity with working people everywhere. We are all in this together! Read below to learn more about some of the struggles our brothers and sisters are engaged in, and find out how you can help:

Stand up for the Nabisco 600

Check the label and BOYCOTT Nabisco products made in Mexico!

Mondelēz International, which makes Nabisco snacks, outsourced 600 good union jobs to Mexico, closing the largest commercial bakery in the United States. The company isn’t losing money; this move was simply to line the pockets of the CEO, Irene Rosenfeld, and other stakeholders and executives. As a result, BCTGM union workers in Chicago lost their jobs.

Stand together with our BCTGM brothers and sisters. Click here to learn more.

News: Labor Solidarity

APWU Web News Article 118-2014

SEIU 32BJ, San Francisco Labor Council Join ‘Stop Staples’ Movement

06/13/2014 - SEIU 32BJ, representing 145,000 union members in 11 states and the District of Columbia, is boycotting all Staples retail stores in the U.S., Staples.com and Staples Advantage, as well as all Staples branded proprietary products.

ALSO: San Francisco Labor Council has also joined the ‘Don’t Buy Staples’ campaign and voted unanimously on June 9 to boycott the retail giant. The Council represents more than 100,000 union members and their families in the San Francisco area.

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APWU Members, Supporters Ramp Up Stop Staples Campaign

05/01/2014 - 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 extensive media coverage, including 1,196 television reports between April 22 and April 30, and widespread radio, online and print reports.

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Saturday, May 10:

APWU Supports NALC’s Annual Food Drive

04/29/2014 - 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 Craft National Business Agent Rachel Walthall to handle questions from Clerk Craft representatives per­taining to the implementation of the March 20 agreement between the APWU and USPS regarding filling residual vacancies.

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Ed Schultz: ‘Most Dishonest Campaign Ever’

08/23/2012 - Ed Schultz, host of the Ed Show on MSNBC, and the best friend postal workers have on television today, addressed the delegates on Day 4 of the National Convention.

ALSO: Delegates to USPS Board of Governors: Honor Our Contract, Save the Postal Service.

AND: Postal Workers Around the World Stand In Solidarity with the APWU.

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President Cliff Guffey: ‘We Must Win in November’

08/20/2012 - In his first State of the Union address, APWU President Cliff Guffey praised union members for their activism and said postal workers must win our battles in the political arena.

ALSO: Thank Veterans – Give Them Jobs!

AND: Debbie Wasserman Schultz on H.R. 2309: “We’re Not Going to Stand for It”.

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