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    Honoring Women’s History

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 15-2019

    On Feb. 15, 2019, the APWU National Executive Board adopted a proclamation honoring women of the APWU throughout March, in celebration of Women's History Month.

    The proclamation read:

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    Denver Teachers Striking Against Arbitrary Pay System

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 13-2019

    Denver%20Teachers%201_0.jpgOn Monday, Feb. 11, over two thousand educators from the Denver Classroom Teachers Association (DCTA) walked out of school, launching the first teachers’ strike in the city in over 25 years. The walkout follows 15 months of negotiations. The strike vote passed in January with over 93 percent of the workers in favor of the walkout.

    The APWU National encourages members who are able to join the picket lines or show their support via social media with the hashtag #DCTAstrong. You can also donate to the strike fund.

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    Wounded Warrior Leave

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 246-2016

    Consistent with the requirements of the Wounded Warriors Federal Leave Act of 2015, the Postal Service allows veteran employees who meet the eligibility requirements to take Wounded Warrior Leave. This is a specific type of leave, which provides veteran employees with no loss in pay, for undergoing medical treatment for a service-related disability rated at 30% or more.

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    Secretary-Treasurer Powell Honored with World Peace Prize for Labor Leadership

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 12-2019

    DSC_0478_2.jpgOn Feb. 5, Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth “Liz” Powell was honored by the World Peace Prize Awarding Council (WPPAC) as a “Roving Ambassador for Peace,” and awarded the World Peace Prize for Labor Leadership, alongside Ester Lopez, International Secretary-Treasurer, UFCW.

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    APWU Representatives Meet to Discuss Safety Issues

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 11-2019

    APWU Regional Safety and Health Representatives, Regional Coordinators, and National Officers responsible for the flow of workplace safety programs recently met over two days at headquarters, where they discussed APWU’s Stand Up for Safe Jobs campaign and prepared to go into the field to present training on the campaign, and safety in general.

    Each APWU region has at least one member in the field, a Safety and Health Representative, who is appointed to help states and locals with safety issues that affect workers.

     

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