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International Workers Day : Guide
Resources and general reading on the history of labor movements, present-day labor policy and activism, and changing attitudes and ideas about work.
International Worker's Day: Reading and Resources
This documentary tells the story of National Farm Workers Association co-founder Dolores Huerta, "among the most important, yet least known, activists in American history."
The turbulent history of mine workers and the decades-long struggles that culminated in the Battle of Blair Mountain in 1921, the largest armed insurrection in the United States since the Civil War.
Those Who Know Don't Tell
This documentary tells the story of the activists and medical professionals who fought to rid workplaces of dangerous health hazards.
The story of the deadly 1911 fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory that "forever changed the relationship between labor and industry in the United States."
The Ethical Debate About the Gig Economy: A Review and Critical Analysis
The Future of Labor Unions in the Age of Automation and at the Dawn of AI
Trends in Labor Unionization Among US Health Care Workers, 2009-2021
What Forms of Representation Do American Workers Want? Implications for Theory, Policy, and Practice
Worlds Apart: Technology, Remote Work, and Equity
Other Online Resources
National Labor Review Board
Kim Kelly's articles on labor and class for the online teen magazine
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Labor Standards
Working Class History
Home to the Working Class History podcast and an interactive map showing the locations of important events in labor history.
May 1, 2023 3:12 PM
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