Interviewees

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 Wolf: 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.

Bob Galione: The inspiration for the making of the film, Bob is a 30 year veteran postal clerk who worked in Maplewood New Jersey and father of filmmaker Jay Galione.

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.

Ron Williams: Author of Deep Inside Lite Blue, USPS mail handler and union activist, Ron Williams hosted a podcast called PostalViews and speaks out for respect on the job.

Wanda Spencer: After her husband Steve Spencer, USPS Letter carrier committed suicide in the Post Office in Gastonia, North Carolina, Wanda opens up her heart and her story to assure Steve’s history of union activism lives on.

Tim Radke: A Letter Carrier from Gastonia who warned the postal service managers violence was coming stands up against the working conditions he and his fellow postal workers face.

Audrey Davis: A letter carrier who was working in Royal Oak Michigan during one of the first “Going Postal” incidents is appalled when she finds the same circumstances in San Francisco two decades later.

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.