April is Celebrate Diversity Month, a time to raise awareness and foster an appreciation of everyone’s uniqueness, as well as similarities we share.
As noted in the Delivering for America plan, diversity is a long-standing value and tradition of the Postal Service. The organization began observing Celebrate Diversity Month in 2004.
Diversity and inclusion are considered important to the organization’s success because they affect every aspect of USPS, including employees and customers.
The Postal Service encourages employees to learn more about the diverse cultures, backgrounds and life experiences of their co-workers and customers.
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Blue page has more information to help employees learn about cultural awareness and recognize the diversity in their lives and workplace.
Employees can email relevant questions to the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion team.