More than 80 national organizations who have joined forces with the APWU to form A Grand Alliance to Save Our Public Postal Service.


The public good must not be sacrificed for the sake of private investment and profit. A strong public Postal Service is our democratic right. Join us in the fight to protect and enhance vibrant public postal services now – and for many generations to come.

Value of Quality Public Postal Services

We are working on video projects & want to hear from you about how you use the United States Postal Service and what the people's Post Office means to you.

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Danny Glover: Our Postal Service

In this superb two-minute video, actor- activist Danny Glover champions the need for a vibrant public Postal Service and asks the public to join with him in A Grand Alliance to save it. See more and sign our pledge at www.agrandalliance.org

Know the Facts

The USPS provides affordable mail service to all — including rich and poor, rural and urban, without regard to age, nationality, race or gender.

The public post office, established by the Constitution, is a democratic right of the population and has helped bind the people of this country together since 1775. Today, it is a major force in the e-commerce revolution.

Now, the White House Office of Management and Budget wants to sell our public Postal Service to private corporations.

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September 30, 2021

Statement on USPS Service Standard Changes

“The people deserve the prompt, reliable and efficient mail service promised under the law,” said APWU President Mark ...

August 27, 2021

Alliance to Postal Governors: Stop the Slowdown

(This article first appeared in the September-October issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) Since its creation...

June 29, 2021

Postal Workers, Allies Oppose Slower Service Standards

When postal management unveiled their 10-year Delivering for America plan, APWU vowed to oppose elements of the plan...

May 7, 2021

View from the People's Postal Summit

(This article first appeared in the May/June 2021 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) From March 16-18, A...

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