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APWU Web News Article 26-2018

Huge Victory for West Virginia Education Workers

After Nine Day Strike, Workers Win All their Demands Including a Pay Raise, a Freeze on Any Health Insurance Premium Increase and Governor Veto of Anti-Worker Legislation

03/14/2018 - It was an inspirational show of solidarity. Education workers across all 55 counties in West Virginia – about 34,000 workers in total – said ‘enough is enough.’ Members of the American Federation of Teachers - West Virginia (AFT-West Virginia), the West Virginia Education Association (WVEA), and the West Virginia School Service Personnel Association (WVSSPA) went out on strike from Feb. 22 – Mar. 6. Together, they were victorious.

APWU Web News Article 24-2018

Honoring Women's History

The National Executive Board Adopt Proclamation to Honor the Women of the APWU

03/08/2018 - On March 7, 2018, The APWU National Executive Board adopted a proclamation to honor the women of the APWU throughout March, in celebration of Women's History Month.

Fight for Working Class Unity

11/01/2017 - (This article first appeared in the November-December 2017 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)

By President Mark Dimondstein 

"In Our Unity, Lies Our Strength!” “An Injury to One is an Injury to All!” These are crucial union principles for building a better life for postal, and all, workers.

The corporate rulers know it. They counter our unity and solidarity path with their strategy of “divide and conquer.” As Wall Street strives for maximum profits, there are many fault lines they exploit such as dividing native from foreign born, men from women, white from black, private from public sector, career from non-career and workers here from workers around the world. When they succeed in dividing us – they laugh all the way to the bank!

APWU Web News Article 102-2017

Wildfires Continue to Burn in California

10/27/2017 - On Oct. 8, wildfires ignited in northern California, setting in motion state-wide disaster relief. Over 11,000 firefighter and other emergency workers were mobilized across the state to contain the flames.

These wildfires are predicted to be one of the worst disasters in the state’s history. More than 75,000 people have been evacuated. At least 42 people are dead, with another 60 missing. More than 217,000 acres have been engulfed in the fires.

Members of the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) have been tirelessly fighting the flames.

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