American Postal Workers Union

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American Postal Workers Union is listed in the Labor Organizations category in Raleigh, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for American Postal Workers Union which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Postal Workers Union on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 16.

Contact information for American Postal Workers Union is:
1 Floretta Pl
Raleigh, NC 27676
(919) 420-0995
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Social Posts for American Postal Workers Union


#APWU POWER members getting on the metro to join the #WomensMarch https://t.co/9w2NNBNyP5


'They had the confidence that workers can win - and will win." #APWU President Dimondstein via @inthesetimesmag twitter.com/inthesetimesma…

“The staying power of our own members is really what carried us and our allies forward. They had the confidence that workers can win—and will win.” - President Dimondstein
Working In These Times is dedicated to providing independent and incisive coverage of the labor movement and the struggles of workers to obtain safe, healthy and just workplaces.

APWU - The American Postal Workers Union shared a link.
The attorney general of New York, Eric Schneiderman, is getting ready to protect employees from wage theft and other illegal practices if the federal government doesn't.

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Contract negotiation updates for members in the Support Services Craft.
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APWU - The American Postal Workers Union shared Union Plus's photo.
The APWU joins the country today in honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a dedicated champion for the civil rights and labor movements. Dr. King’s actions still resonate in the hearts of labor and civil rights activists.
"The labor movement was the principal force that transformed misery and despair into hope and progress." - Martin Luther King Jr. Image via AFL-CIO


RT @AFLCIO: Thank you @APWUnational for your generous support of our 2017 MLK Awards. #1uMLK https://t.co/hL9qOgPWX5


#APWU Prez Dimondstein on the #StopStaples fight: “We felt all along that we had justice on our side.” @FedNewsRa bit.ly/2jMQ0fT


"It's a big win. @Staples is out of the mail business which they should never have gotten into" #APWU #StopStaples wapo.st/2jjrYsR