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APWU Web News Article 232-2016

On 15th Anniversary of Anthrax Attacks, Workers Recall Those Who Died

A Monument to Victims is Unveiled

10/21/2016 -

Fifteen years after their deaths from exposure to anthrax-laden mail, Joseph P. Curseen Jr. and Thomas L. Morris Jr. were remembered by their co-workers at a reflective and joyful ceremony on Oct. 21. A monument to the two APWU members was unveiled at the memorial outside the mail processing center that was renamed in their honor.

 

APWU Web News Article 95-2016

Postal Worker Fatally Struck in Unsafe Parking Lot

05/01/2016 -

(This article first appeared in the May-June 2016 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.)

APWU member Nadia Assad was fatally struck by a van driven by a co-worker as she walked through the employee parking lot to the Dominick V. Daniels Processing and Distribution Center in Kearney, NJ, on March 23 – and the New York Metro Area Local is demanding action and accountability.

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