On Thursday afternoon, April 24, members of the Postal Workers (APWU) staged a spirited protest at a Staples store located in Baltimore. This was just one of more than 50 such rallies held by union members, taking place at 80 Staples stores in 27 states across the country. A few local social justice activists also joined in support of the union.
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