Union workers at the U.S. Postal Service staged one of their largest national demonstrations to date November 14, protesting fresh job cuts and continuing efforts to privatize some post office operations.

Published in End Corporate Rule
Thursday, 26 December 2013 00:00

Thank a Postal Worker This Holiday Season

Postal workers are giving it their all this holiday season, as cards and packages and returns must be collected and delivered amidst ice storms, snowstorms and wild temperature drops. They deserve our thanks in 2013. And our support in 2014.
Published in End Corporate Rule

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