Archive - The SEIU, Change to Win and Andy Stern
Rotated Union Directory
World Wide Work newsletter
'world of work and labor law' bibliography
review of Steve Early's "Save Our Unions: dispatches from a movement in distress"
Finamore Review of "With God on Our Side" by Adam Reich
New Joe Hill book is "The Man Who Never Died"
Before Their Time:The World of Child Labor
by David Parker
Railroading Economics: Michael Perelman's Call for "the End of Economics"
How Internet Radio Can Change the World: An Activist's Handbook
by Eric Lee, Labourstart
Charles Morris' Minority Union Bargaining
reviewed by David Cohen, UE Rep
Review of "Naming the System" by Michael Yates
Labor Art and Culture:
Change to Win archive
Labor Culture, from Docs Populi
May Day 2008 Port Workers Poster for ILWU West Coast Stop Work Action
LaborFest 2006 Labor On The Move poster
The Labor Murals of T. Scott Sayre
Fasanella's Labor Art Slide Show On The Web
Labor Arts. A comprehensive museum site of labor art.
Breakthrough at 1st Latin American Working Class Film & Video Festival
Cartoons du jour By Khalil.
UCS Labor Graphics Service:
A monthly mailing of 30-40 labor cartoons,illustrations, spot drawings and other
graphics for subscribing localunion editors. From Union Communication Services Inc.
Carol Simpson Productions Labor Cartoon Page.
Weekly cartoons aimed at America's corporate establishment and its wholly owned subsidiary the U.S. Government. "Laughs guaranteed to gag your boss."
Building Bridges from WBAI radio.
Striking Back -
the 1934 SF General Strike
Eclectic List of Events
in U.S. Labor History
compiled by Allen Lutins.
Photos Of Chicago Teachers On Strike
Working Class Footprints in San Francisco Photos by Carl Finamore, IAM 1781
"One Way" by Steve Zeltzer
The Price of Fish, by Earl Dotter
Christmas in the Trenches: JOYEUX NOEL (MERRY CHRISTMAS)
Twas the Night Before Christmas: A Poem For Woodfin Workers by Sarah Norr - Hotel organizer
One Sick Child, spouse parent Away From Being Fired by David G. Hurlburt, CWA 9410
"...that devil's madness--War."
Life At The Pulpmill and 3 others by labor poets
New Orleans by David Rovics - AFM
poem I am too poor to go to war. by david
Poets Against the
Resources 2000 for LaborNet
Labor, Employment & Government
Statistics & Resources
Labor News Publications
Labor - Relevant Legislation & Legal Information
Mainstream But Useful News Sources
International Labor Information
Other Excellent Labor Resource Sites
Labor, Employment and Government Statistics and Resources
Business Observer. "Accumulation and its Discontents." Left
Business Observer is an 8-page more-or-less monthly newsletter
on economics and politics in the U.S. and the world at large.
Founded in 1986, edited by Doug Henwood, a contributing editor
of The Nation with a weekly program on WBAI radio (New York).
- Labor Activist
Newsletter of the Democratic Socialists of America - Labor
Solidarity Committee/Youth Section. The Democratic Socialists of
America - Youth Section is dedicated to fostering an interest in
the labor movement among young people. The aim of the Labor
Solidarity Committee and the Labor Activist is to provide
interesting and relevant information to organizers,
rank-and-file activists, students, and educators.
- Migration News
summarizes the most important immigration and integration
developments during the preceding month. Topics are grouped by
region: North America, Europe, Asia, and Other.
Cal Labor Code Protecting Political Rights
California Statutes sec.1101-1106
- California State Senate
Welcome to the Web site of the California State Senate! You can
search and subscribe to bills and be kept up to date of all
action via email. Great for tracking bills. Also with a link to
the CA State Assembly.
- Library of Congress
This spot houses, amongst tons of other legislation, some of the
team work legislation that has gone down.