APWU Retirees: Still Fighting for Justice!

Byron Denton APWU retirees no longer work in the post office, but they are still a fighting force in the union and their communities. Delegates from around the country who attended the Retiree Conference held in conjunction with the 23rd Biennial...

President Dimondstein: We Can Forge Ahead, Build Power, and Win!

In a rousing speech to convention delegates, President Mark Dimondstein outlined the challenges and possibilities facing APWU members. Also: Empowering Young Workers

Thriving Clerk Craft is Ready for More!

Members of the Clerk Craft have a reason to celebrate: For the first time in over a decade, the craft has grown. After losing more than 100,000 jobs since 2003, 15,000 new members have been added to the rolls.

Mobilizing a Progressive Labor Movement

Postal workers are experts in workroom floor solidarity. But in order to build a true, progressive labor movement, that sense of mobilization must be spread into the community – and beyond. “None of us can do anything to move the progressive...

Rewriting the Rules of the Rigged Economy

(This article first appeared in the July-August issue of The American Postal Worker Magazine) The average U.S. family paid $2,050 to bail out Wall Street after the economy crashed in 2008 and lost nearly $5,800 in income due to reduced economic...

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