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WCFTU World Confederation of Free Trade Unions  
Women: Marginalization in the Year 2000, from report: Human Rights in Brazil, 2000
United Students Against Sweatshops 
Clothes country of origin, sweatshops
More on sweatshops

Living wage ordinances, ACORN
Colombia Labor Monitor  
Congress of South African Trade Unions 
Labour Start worldwide labor news 
IWW Industrial Workers of the World    and Seattle IWW site
LaborNet 
Labour Left Briefing 
LabourStart 
Portal Labor Organization Search  
Document library Campaign for Labor Rights 

  Work-related injury and illness
Looking Back Over the Century - from UE News - health and safety on the job depends on unionizing 
Occupational Health and Toxic Exposure resources from FedupFeds 
International Labor Organization  
DOJ Radiation Exposure Compensation 
Black Lung compensation 
AFL-CIO Safety and Health
Work injury support organizations and resources worldwide 
Wounded Workers: The Politics of Musculoskeletal Injuries by Penney Kome (Canada) 
Alice Hamilton, reformer at Hull House   - “The Poisonous Occupations in Illinois”: Physician Alice Hamilton Explores the “Dangerous Trades” at the Turn of the Century
  (see also disability)

   Labor history, U.K. and abroad
The Working Class Movement Library, U.K. is a treasure house of 50,000 books, pamphlets, manuscripts and memorabilia relating to the radical political history, primarily of the UK
North West Labour History Group, U.K.
History of the world's working class - World History Archives

   U.S. labor history
American Labor History
Center for Labor Education and Research (University of Hawaii)
H-Labor WWW Site
Between a Rock and a Hard Place American Sweatshops 1820 to Present
A Curriculum of United States Labor History for Teachers
Hewitt's Labor History Page
The Illinois Labor History Society
The Labadie Collection (University of Michigan)
Labor History Chronology
Holt Labor Library (San Francisco)

Labor History Bibliography
The Making of America
A Short History of American Labor (AFL-CIO)
U.S. Labor and Industrial History Audio Archive (University of Albany)
Walter P. Reuther Library (Detroit)
Western Labor History Annotated Bibliography
Cesar Chavez, United Farm Workers
Lucy Parsons (1853-1942):   The Life of an Anarchist Anti-Racist Labor Organizer
1919 The Boston Police Strike in the Context of American Labor

Battle of Matewan
A Brief History of the UMWA
The Case of the West Virginia Coal Mine Wars 1920-1921
Coal Mining in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era
The Daniel DeLeon Internet Archive
The Eugene Debs Papers
Iron in Her Soul : Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and the American Left by Helen C. Camp
The Inevitable Fall of Knighthood
Mother Jones The Miners' Angel (Illinois Labor History Society)
The Parable of Pullman (Illinois Labor History Society
Pullman Strike (1894)
Ludlow Massacre

The Samuel Gompers Papers A Documentary History of the American Working Class (University of Maryland)
San Francisco's Union Labor Party Programme
The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
The Haymarket Martyrs (Illinois Labor History Society)
Lawrence Textile Strike of 1912 Teacher's Guide
The Seattle General Strike of 1919
1934 International Longshoremen's Association and General Strikes of San Francisco
The Great Flint Sitdown
Labor Unions Rise 1930s Great Depression Gallery Michigan Historical Museum
New Deal Network
UAW born amid sitdowns and the battle of the overpass
Union History The Flint Sitdown

  Books
Reproductive Health at Work, by Ilise Feitshans 
The Suppression of Salt of the Earth
Salt of the Earth - The video
also Norma Rae
Workers of the World Undermined - American Labor's Role in U.S. Foreign Policy - blows the lid off the AFL-CIO's international efforts to forestall the formation of independent worker's organizations in Latin America, Asia, Africa, and Europe
"If You Poison Us: Uranium and Native Americans" , Red Crane Books
"Memories Come To Us In the Rain and the Wind", Oral Histories and Photographs of Navajo Uranium Miners & Their Families
Mother Jones : The Most Dangerous Woman in America by Elliott J. Gorn
Iron in Her Soul : Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and the American Left by Helen C. Camp

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