Teamsters - homepage of the Teamsters
- AFL-CIO - The country's largest labor federation, this site has AFL-CIO-endorsed boycotts, links to the Organizing Institute, where you can get advice about how to start a union, issue papers on the minimun wage and the working poor and information about how you can fight the Republican assault on worker protections.
The Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees, AFL-CIO was formed by the merger of two of the nation's preeminent and oldest unions, the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) and the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (ACTWU).
- The United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America (UE) is an independent, national union which was founded in 1936. It is composed of 40,000 members, including assembly workers, machinists, clerical workers, plastic injection molders, tool and die makers, custodians, truck drivers, warehouse workers, sheet metal workers, technical workers, public workers including social workers, scientists, librarians, toll collectors, day care workers, and hundreds of other occupations. UE's slogan is "The members run this union" and the common identity of the diverse membership is based on working together in a democratic, rank and file union.
- This site is maintained by and for the Service Employees International Union, AFL-CIO, CLC. With 1.1 million members, SEIU is the third-largest union in the U.S. labor movement, and a dynamic leader in fighting for good jobs, fair wages, rights and respect for American working families.
- AFSCME - American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees
- AFT- American Federation of Teachers
- CLEAT - Combine Law Enforcement Association of Texas
- CTA - California Teachers Association
- CWA - Communications Workers of America
- IBEW - International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
- International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers
- IUOE - International Union of Operating Engineers
- NEA - National Education Association
- SPEEA - Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Association
- TNG - The Newspaper Guild
- ACTU - Australian Council of Trade Unions
- CLC - Canadian Labour Congress
- CUT - Brazilian
- DGB - Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund - German Trade Union Confederation
- Hans-Boeckler Foundation-part of the German Trade Union Federation (DGB)
- JEIU - Denki Rengo Japanese Electrical electronic & Information Union
- JTUC-RENGO - Japanese Trade Union Confederation
- International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU)
- International Workers of the World (IWW)
- Union of Electrical Workers
- Northwest Treeplanters and Farmworkers United
- INTERNATIONAL WORKERS ASSOCIATION, ASOCIACION INTERNACIONAL DE LOS TRABAJADORES
- LaborNet is a community of labor unions, activists, and organizations using computer networks for information-sharing and collaboration with the intent of increasing the human rights and economic justice of workers. In addition to its own offerings, this site leads to the richest most comprehensive list of labor links available on the net.
- Labour Start up to date news and information on workers movements worldwide
Cyber picket line is arguably the best source for information on labor activism on line
Dollars and Sense Magazine: What's Left in Economics Dollars & Sense is a progressive economics magazine that makes political economy accessible to readers interested in getting a deeper understanding of what's driving the attack on working people and the poor in the United States. Based in Somerville, Massachusetts, the site is maintained by the Dollars & Sense collective, and archives selected articles from recent issues.
- Left Business Observer: Accumulation and Its Discontents A great resource on the US economy, Left Business Observer is an eight-page monthly newsletter edited by Doug Henwood, author of Wall Street (Verso, 1997). This site has selected archived articles and excellent links within articles to relevant web pages. Henwood deserves special recognition for maintaining a critical Left voice in political economy, knowing the right issues to address, and understanding how to present his ideas. This well-designed web page is no exception.
- Industrial Worker -- The IWW's online magazine
Direct Action is an anarcho-syndicalist organization dedicated to fighting against capitalism for workers control and autonomy
- CEP - Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics
- EPI - Employment Policy Institute
- ILO - International Labour Organisation
- NBER - National Bureau of Economic Research
Jobs with Justice is a national labor, community and religious coalition dedicated to fight for the rights of working people. More than two dozen local Jobs With Justice coalitions around the country have mobilized hundreds of thousands of working people around the right to family-wage jobs, health care, civil and workplace rights.
- Campaign for Labor Rights is an excellent source of information and a great place to get involved on current struggles to end sweatshop labor and fight for worker rights.
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