In Order Of Appearance
Robert Galione, the inspiration for the making of the film, Bob is a 30-year veteran postal clerk who worked in Maplewood, New Jersey and is the father of filmmaker Jay Galione.
Wayne Barr, a Mail Carrier, was one of the witnesses who confirmed the bullying towards his colleague, Steve Spencer, who committed suicide due to constant harassment from the management.
Audrey Davis, a Mail Carrier who was working in Royal Oak Michigan during one of the first “Going Postal” incidents.
Carl Jingles, Maintenance Engineer, recalled that the post office was a great place to work at the beginning, but as the things went on, things changed. After being harassed after working there for years, when Jingles turned 50, he felt like "It was my time to go."
Ron Williams, Author of Deep Inside Lite Blue, USPS mail handler and union activist, he hosts a podcast called Postal Views and speaks out for respect on the job.
Mary Burkhard, a USPS Sales Manager exposing fraud and rallying her fellow managers and supervisors to stand up for each other and speak out in Washington D.C.
Tim Radke, a Mail Carrier from Gastonia, NC, warned the postal service managers violence was coming and stands up against the working conditions he and his fellow postal workers face.
Jack Mathews, Mail Carrier, and President of Gastonia NALC, presented a petition to stop any future “going postal” reports on the news where the managers lied to the media that “we didn’t know what was wrong.” The petition put the managers on notice, that addressed the problems the Postal Service had been facing.
Wanda Spencer, after her husband Steve Spencer, a mail carrier, committed suicide in the Post Office in Gastonia, North Carolina, Wanda opens her heart and her story to assure Steve’s history of union activism lives on.
Michael Mantell, Doctor and Author of Ticking Bombs: Defusing Violence in the Workplace, he was called in for many postal incidents back in the 80s, as an expert in managing mass trauma.
Rep. Stephen Lynch, US Congressman (D-Massachusetts), Lynch had received hundreds of complaints from postal managers and had conversations with them regarding the unfair treatments towards their employees.
Sue Knost, USPS Sales Representative, shared that the mindset of how “measuring everything” from the USPS management and how they can manage and manipulate numbers.
Hank Rauer, President, Alliance Postal Workers Union (APWU), NJ Midstate, one of the leaders during the strike, because he wanted to stand for better benefits for his fellow workers.
Ralph Nader, a legendary consumer advocate, American political activist, author, lecturer, lawyer, and presidential candidate, noted for his involvement in consumer protection, environmentalism, and government reform causes.
Richard Wolff, the Author of Democracy at Work, Wolff is an American economist, known for his work on economic methodology and class analysis. He is Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School in New York.
John McCaffrey, Postal Clerk, Shop Steward, opposed the idea of closing postal facilities in small towns where they are deemed no longer necessary.
Mike Anagnostakis, Orange County Legislator, opposed to the idea of closing down in-town postal facilities, thus causing delays in delivery.
Debby Szeredy, executive Vice-President, APWU. The film follows Debbie as she leads the Mid-Hudson Area APWU fight to keep the processing plant open in Newburg, NY, keeping mail local, fast, and reliable.