CPWU Spring Newsletter

Steve HutkinsBlog, News

The Spring 2024 newsletter from Community and Postal Workers United has articles about DeJoy’s austerity plan to slash jobs and shrink processing centers and post offices; the surge of protests against the cuts; and the collections optimization initiative that ends evening collections at post offices. Read the newsletter here.

CPWU Winter 2024 Newsletter

Steve HutkinsBlog, News

The Winter 2024 newsletter from Community & Postal Workers United features articles on stifling public comment at meetings of the USPS Board of Governors; efforts to encourage President Biden to nominate former Representative Brenda Lawrence and policy expert Sarah Anderson to the USPS Board of Governors; opposition to the consolidation of the Cheyenne P&DC; a rally in Milwaukee protesting working … Read More

CPWU Fall 2023 Newsletter

Steve HutkinsBlog, News

The Fall 2023 newsletter from Community and Postal Workers United (CPWU) has articles about Imperial Beach, CA, where the community is protesting the removal of letter carriers to a S&DC out of concern that it will lead eventually to the post office closing; protests in Medford, OR, where some processing operations are be consolidated to Portland, which will cost 30 … Read More

Community and Postal Workers United Summer 2023 newsletter

Steve HutkinsBlog, News

The summer 2023 newsletter from Community and Postal Workers United Summer has articles about efforts to provide public feedback on the Delivering for America plan, urging President Biden to fill two seats on the USPS Board of Governors, the rally in Seattle amid contract negotiations, and solidarity with UPS Teamsters. Read the newsletter here.

CPWU Spring 2023 newsletter

Steve HutkinsNews

The Spring 2023 newsletter from Community and Postal Workers United (CPWU) has articles about protests in Portland, OR, and Minneapolis, MN, about staff shortages, overwork, and mail delays; reports of residents not receiving their mail in mountain communities in Colorado; and Safe Passage routes for Illinois postal carriers who they say have been victims of violent crime. Read the newsletter … Read More

Winter 2023 CPWU Newsletter

Steve HutkinsBlog, Featured

The Winter 2023 newsletter from Communities and Postal Workers United (CPWU) has articles about letter carriers in Maine rallying to protest overwork, understaffing, robberies, delay of mail, and prioritizing Amazon parcels; the increasing number of letter carriers are being robbed on their mail routes; the victory on electric vehicles weakened by exclusion of union workers and public charging stations; and … Read More

Communities and Postal Workers United Fall 2022 newsletter

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The Fall 2022 newsletter from Communities and Postal Workers United has information about an upcoming town meeting about the Postal Service’s plan to centralize delivery operations and a letter from watchdog groups about his new appointments to the Board of Governors. Read the newsletter here.

CPWU’s Spring 2022 Newsletter

Steve HutkinsBlog

The spring 2022 newsletter from Community and Postal Workers United (CPWU) has articles about opposition to the Postal Service’s deal to purchase up to 148,000 mail delivery trucks from Oshkosh Defense, 90% of them powered by gasoline fueled combustion engines; the postal workers’ protest in Denver when PMG DeJoy visited; and President Biden’s recent nominations to the USPS Board of … Read More

Communities and Postal Workers United Winter 2022 Newsletter

Steve HutkinsBlog

The Winter 2022 newsletter from Communities and Postal Workers United has articles about the effort to “Dump DeJoy,” letter carriers resisting delivery after dark, and a new type of post office being piloted in Canada. Read the newsletter here.

Spring 2021 CPWU Newsletter

SteveBlog

The Spring 2021 Newsletter from Communities and Postal Workers United (CPWU) has articles about Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s ten-year plan, ironically named “Delivering for America”; the “People’s Postal Agenda” discussed at the online conference put on by the Grand Alliance to Save the Public Postal Service; Charlotte postal workers protesting mistreatment and harassment; and Washington state’s postal workers pushing to … Read More

Communities and Postal Workers United (CPWU) Winter 2021 Newsletter

SteveBlog

The CPWU Winter 2021 Newsletter has articles about why Postmaster General DeJoy should be dumped, the possible implications of the Senate going Democrat, and the contrast between DeJoy’s vision and what a public vision of the Postal Service looks like. Read the newsletter here.

Fall 2020 Newsletter from Community & Postal Workers United

SteveBlog

The Fall 2020 newsletter from Community & Postal Workers United contains articles on “Outcry Halts New Postmaster General’s Attacks on Service…for Now,” “Target the Postal Board of Governors ! Dump PMG DeJoy!,” “Postal Service workers quietly resist DeJoy’s changes,” and “Postmaster General eyes aggressive changes at Postal Service after election.” Read the newsletter here.

Community and Postal Workers United Summer 2020 Newsletter

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The Community and Postal Workers United Summer 2020 Newsletter features articles about new Postmaster General and what we can expect from him, postal workers in Minneapolis organizing a display of solidarity with the Black freedom movement, and what you can do to help save our postal service.  Read the newsletter here.

Community and Postal Workers United Spring 2020 Newsletter

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The CPWU Spring 2020 newsletter contains articles about the fight for hazard pay during the pandemic, organizing postal facilities for safety, and the anniversary of the great postal strike of 1970.  Read the newsletter here.