CPWU Summer 2017 newsletter

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Communities and Postal Workers United (CPWU) has published its Summer 2017 Newsletter.  It features articles about the APWU & Mail Handler’s fight against job & service cuts, worker protests against management abuse, homeowners fighting against cluster boxes, and what will happen after the moratorium on out-sourcing retail services expires.  Read the newsletter here.

Communities and Postal Workers United (CPWU) Spring 2016 Newsletter

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The Spring 2016 newsletter from Communities and Postal Workers United (CPWU) contains articles about the “deferral” of plant closures, field hearings of the Grand Alliance Save Our Public Postal Service, concerns about vote-by-mail,California letter carriers working to organize from the ground up, and a report that the plant closures have actually lost money.  Read more.

Community and Postal Workers United (CPWU) Winter 2016 Newsletter

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The Winter 2016 newsletter from Community and Postal Workers United (CPWU) has articles about the coming expiration of the moratorium on plant closures, Congress’s failure to do anything to restore service standards, and an update on the Staples boycott.  Read more.

Communities and Postal Workers United Fall 2015 newsletter

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The Fall 2015 newsletter from Communities and Postal Workers United (CPWU) is out.  It features articles about the 2016 race for President, efforts in Arizona to save the the Tucson P&DC/Cherrybell mail processing plant, and a meeting between the Postmaster General and postal protestors in Oregon.  Read more.

CPWU Newsletter Feb – March 2015

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The current newsletter from Communities and Postal Workers United featured articles about  the delays being caused by the plant consolidations, the latest on the sale of the Berkeley post office, and the history of African Americans working at the post office.  Read more.

CPWU Newsletter Nov-Dec

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The Nov. – Dec. 2014 newsletter from Community and Postal Workers united is out.  It has articles on the Nov. 14 Day of Action, the Stop Staples campaign, and the October protest in Duluth.  Read more.