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Labor TV On "Going Postal Again-SF Postal Workers Speakout"
Date Thursday December 21
Time 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location Details
San Francisco Comcast Channel 29
Event Type Radio Broadcast
Organizer/AuthorLabor Video Project
Emaillvpsf [at]
12/21/06 SF Labor TV Show: Going Postal Again:San Francisco Postal Workers Speak Out

Going Postal has now taken place in San Francisco. After being written up and harassed on the
job, postal worker and NALC 21 member Julius Tart killed his supervisor Genevieve Paez and then
committed suicide. The issue of violence in the post office is not new as the program of Labor On
The Job shows. It will be programmed on cable channel 29 in San Francisco on Thursday
Decmeber 21, 2006 from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM.
Labor On The Job Presents
12/21/2006 Thursday 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
San Francisco Comcast Channel 29

Going Postal Again

On November 28, 2006 two postal workers died in San Francisco. Postal worker and National Association Letter Carrier 214 member Julius Tart who had been an employee since 1988 had been disciplined for not finishing his work on time. A massive speedup is going on within the postal system with automation and increased pressure on the workers to mold themselves to the machines. Many postal workers are forced to work at night delivering mail in the dark.
Weeks after being written up by his supervisor Genevieve Paez, Julius Tart went to her house and killed her. He then committed suicide. This incident shocked some postal workers but did not surprise others. SF Postal workers talk about the stressful and deadly conditions in the post office and why postal workers feel they have no future. They also discuss why they feel they are being terrorized.
A note by Julius Tart was found later addressed to his mother referred to himself in the past tense and complained about conditions at work.
Also Labor On The Job will program a short video segment from the Royal Oaks, Michigan postal murders that led to deaths on the job in 1992. That LOJ show which was programmed on 2/27/1992 was titled "The Deadly Connection, Postal Workers, Stress And Murder On The Job.

"Labor On The Job" is programmed the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month on San Francisco Cable Channel 29 from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM. "Labor On The Job" is also the longest running labor cable show in the United States since 1983. It is produced and programmed by the Labor Video Project in San Francisco. The Labor Video Project also produces "Labor Line" which is programmed every Wednesday from 8:30 PM to 9:00 PM on San Francisco Comcast Cable channel 29.
Labor On The Job also programmed on Philadelphia Drexel TV 54 every Wednesday 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM and St. Louis cable systems on on cable ch. 22 in the "City" of St. Louis Fridays at 9:00 PM
The Labor Video Project also produces labor documentaries and is part of the Union Producers and Programmers Network
Added to the calendar on Monday Dec 18th, 2006 12:19 AM
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