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President Dimondstein's 2021 New Year Address

In his New Year message to members, APWU President Mark Dimondstein reviews our many accomplishments over the past year amid the great tragedies of 2020. As we roll into 2021, we are gearing up for a continued struggle for good jobs for working people, good service and racial and economic justice!

In the face of an attempted Coup, Congress Certifies Presidential Election Results

On January 6th and 7th, members of Congress carried out their Constitutional responsibility and certified the state-by-state election results of the 2020 presidential election. The path has now been cleared for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to be inaugurated on January 20, 2021.

Congress completed its duty despite the seditious and violent assaults on the U.S. Capitol, which sought to stop the certification, disenfranchise tens of millions of voters and overturn the results of the election.

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Postal Service Implements New Organizational Structure For Employees Working in Dock Areas

January 19, 2021

The Postal Service recently notified the APWU of its plan to separate Logistics from Mail Processing and Maintenance. As a result, all Expeditors and...

Why we all need to care about the Postal Board of Governors

January 13, 2021

The Postal Service has a Board of Governors that is responsible for major decisions about the Postal Service’s operations, policies and expenditures...

Questions & Answers for the MOU, Re: Additional Function 1 Staffing

January 12, 2021

Questions & Answers for the MOU, Re: Additional Function 1 Staffing, dated December 24, 2020

February ZOOM Trainings

January 8, 2021

The Research and Education Department is sponsoring a series of Zoom Trainings for local and state officers and shop stewards in February 2021.  The...

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

This page is a resource for members to find information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Your union officers are holding ongoing conversations with the Postal Service about COVID-19. We will continue to be in discussions with the Postal Service as the spread of the disease widens around the world and new information is learned.

The APWU always prioritizes health and safety and is engaged on this issue. We are not allowing the Postal Service to take a passive approach to the risks of the disease.

One Team, One Fight

One Team, One Fight

Our CATs were born as Contract Action Teams in 2015.

They were a hugely successful part of our Fighting Today for A Better Tomorrow Contract Campaign. Building on the activism of Contract Action Teams, CATs have changed their names to: Collective Action Teams.

Now in addition to contract campaigns, CATS will educate, agitate, organize, and mobilize members and allies to build a culture of collective action and help members become a stronger part of all of the union’s campaigns.


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APWU Members and Allies Continue Push to Save the Post Office

Postal Service advocates rally in San Francisco

On November 17, APWU members and community allies came together in virtual and in-person events across the country to reaffirm our demands for $25 billion in immediate COVID-19 financial relief from Congress and a permanent reversal of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s delays.

During the election, postal workers processed a record number of mail-in ballots, moving “heaven and earth” to make sure all 65 million reached their location in time to be processed. This success would not have been possible without the work of APWU members on local election task forces, who made sure no ballot was left behind. 

However, though the election is behind us, the threats facing the Postal Service remain very much a reality. The USPS remains in a financial crisis and faces the upcoming reinstatement of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s harmful policy changes.

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