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    Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

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    By Apwu133,
    Web News Article #: 46-2018

    Food-Drive-18-RGB-flat-.jpgThe APWU National officers are asking members to actively support the 26th Annual National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 12. 

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    Rank and File Bargaining Advisory Committee Convenes

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    By Apwu133,
    Web News Article #: 44-2018

    Members of the APWU’s Rank and File Bargaining Advisory Committee held their first meeting in Washington, DC, on April 24. The committee advises the union’s National Negotiations Committee on bargaining demands and must approve any tentative agreement reached before it can be sent to APWU members for a ratification vote. 

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    Arizona and Colorado Workers Join the Fight for Quality Education

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    By Apwu133,
    Web News Article #: 44-2018

    “We have classrooms where students sit on counter tops because there aren’t enough desks or seats in the room.”

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    Nation’s Capital Southern Maryland Area Local CAT Commemorates 1970 Postal Strike

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    By Apwu133,

    (This article first appeared in the May-June 2018 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine) 

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    NCSMAL members (L-R) Julio Mercedes, Derrick Williams, Gary Ledford
    and James Higginbotham

    The Nation’s Capital Southern Maryland Area Local’s (NCSMAL) CAT coordinated a commemorative day of action on March 19 for the 1970 Great Postal Strike. For the day, participating members wore 2018 Contract Campaign or other APWU gear.

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    Rising Up in West Virginia & Beyond!

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    By Apwu133,

    (This article first appeared in the May-June 2018 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) 

    By President Mark Dimondstein 

    In late February, 37,000 West Virginia teachers and school employees went on an inspiring nine-day strike – and won! As we go to press, similar strikes are going on in Oklahoma and Kentucky.

    The strike was fueled by low pay (WV teachers’ salaries were ranked 48th out of the 50 states), no pay raises in four years and rising health insurance premiums. These conditions were, in part, created by 2006 bipartisan (Democratic and Republican) supported corporate tax cuts that drained needed money out of the state treasury.

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    Say 'No' to the Latest USPS Survey

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    By Apwu133,

    (This article first appeared in the May-June 2018 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine)

    By Industrial Relations Director Vance Zimmerman 

    Are you engaged?” Those are the words the Postal Service is using to get you to take their newest survey. The 2016 Postal Pulse survey showed the USPS what we already knew: Your work environment is not good; your supervisors treat you poorly and morale is low.

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    Moratorium on Grievances Agreement Due to Convention in August

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    By Apwu133,
    Web News Article #: 43-2018

    The APWU and the Postal Service have agreed to a moratorium on grievances, disciplinary actions and arbitration hearings at the national, regional, state and local levels from Aug. 13 until Aug. 27 due to the 2018 APWU Biennial Convention, Industrial Relations Director Vance Zimmerman has announced. The period spans a total of 15 days.

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    May Day - Celebrate International Workers’ Day!

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    By Apwu133,
    Web News Article #: 42-2018

    International Workers’ Day is May 1! Better known as May Day, it is an annual holiday commemorating the universal struggle of all working people. It is a day for all workers around the globe to stand together in solidarity and fight for respect, dignity, rights, and opportunities for working people of all backgrounds. 

    This year, thousands are expected to participate in demonstrations, strikes, parades and other actions across the country. The APWU encourages all members to take part in this historic day and bring attention to workers’ issues at home and across the world!

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