Quote of the Day: Moe Biller
“It is time that the US Postal Service realized that the American Postal Workers Union is a stand-up union. We will not back away from our determination to achieve justice and dignity for all the postal workers we represent.”
Moe Biller was president of the Manhattan-Bronx Postal Union, which sparked the 1970 postal strike. Biller – who went on to lead the American Postal Workers Union from 1980 to 2001, described Manhattan post offices as "dungeons," that were “dirty, stifling, too hot in summer, and too cold in winter.”
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