AFT’s Call for Staples Boycott Goes to Heart of the Matter—The Staples Center

July 14, 2014

What could be a more appropriate place than the Staples Center in Los Angeles to protest the U.S. Postal Service’s privatization scheme centered on establishing “postal counters” at Staples stores staffed with low-wage, high-turnover Staples employees rather than postal employees? That’s where delegates from AFT’s convention and members of the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) and allies rallied Sunday in support of a boycott of Staples.

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