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Building Our Future – A Challenge, A Priority

07/01/2017 - (This article first appeared in the July-August 2017 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine)

By Northeast Regional Coordinator John Dirzius

As a proud member of the American Postal Workers Union since its birth in 1971, I have witnessed first-hand our development and growth into one of the largest and most aggressive unions in the labor movement. Over these past 46 years, our collective efforts have improved the standard of living of APWU members, all postal employees and workers in general.

‘All for One and One for All!’

07/01/2017 - (This article first appeared in the July-August 2017 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine)

By President Mark Dimondstein

The Three Musketeers must have belonged to the “Musketeers Union” with their rallying cry “All for one and one for all!” That captures the essence of union solidarity.

So does the recent APWU-led informational picket in Barre, Vermont.

APWU Web News Article 50-2017

APWU Stands in Solidarity with Striking AT&T Retail Workers

Biggest Retail Worker Strike in National History

05/20/2017 -

Across 36 states and the District of Columbia, 40,000 AT&T retail workers walked off the job on Friday, May 19, because a tentative agreement could not be reached between AT&T Mobility and the Communication Workers of America (CWA). The strike is slated to last 3 days. Visit http://unityatattmobility.org to learn more.

APWU Web News Article 48-2017

APWU Stands with BCTGM as Workers rally at Nabisco/ Mondelēz Shareholder Meeting

Company Is Outsourcing Hundreds of Union Jobs

05/19/2017 - Wednesday morning Nabisco workers from across the country joined together to rally at the site of the annual Mondelēz International shareholders meeting in Lincolnshire, IL. Workers were protesting the company’s continued outsourcing practices, which is hurting American workers and their families.

APWU Web News Article 42-2017

APWU Members March on May Day

05/05/2017 - APWU members were part of the thousands marching and rallying on May Day, the International Day of Workers’ Solidarity.

Workers and allies united to fight back against increasing anti-immigration sentiment and policies that divide workers from each other at a time when we need to come together.  

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