The U.S. Postal Service was created nearly 250 years ago to help bind people together into one unified nation. Since its founding, the Postal Service has continually reinvented itself in response to changes in technology and social needs. Once again, it’s time to re-imagine how this public service can innovate to meet today’s challenges. Instead of job and service cuts or privatization, we need a People’s Postal Agenda that leverages our nation’s extensive postal assets to address unmet needs and sustain this vital service for generations to come.