AFL-CIO Organizing Institute
Bread & Roses Cultural Project
Bread and Roses is the not-for-profit cultural arm of New York's Health and Human Service Union, 1199/SEIU. Its 220,000 predominantly Latina and African American women members are employed in all job categories in health care institutions throughout the metropolitan area, New Jersey and Florida.
Center for the Study of Working Class Life
Chinese Staff & Workers Association
Coalition of Black Trade Unionists
CBTU is not a black separatist or civil rights organization. It is the fiercely independent voice of black workers within the trade union movement, challenging organized labor to be more relevant to the needs and aspirations of Black and poor workers.
Columbia Students Against Sweatshops
Congress of South African Trade Unions
Cornell Global Labor Institute
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
FIERCE - Fabulous Independent Educated Radicals for Community Empowerment
Good Jobs First
Good Jobs First is a resource center for grassroots gropus and public officials seeking to make economic development subsidies more accountable and effective.
Green Worker Cooperatives
Labor Community Strategy Center
Labor Notes is a non-profit organization that has been the voice of union activists who want to "put the movement back in the labor movement" since 1979.
LaborNet was founded in 1991 to build a democratic communication network for the labor movement. LaborNet's directors believe that the new communication technology must be put to use to revitalize and rebuild the labor movement.
To that end we established the first regular Labor News web page in the United States. We have continued to work at building up LaborNet not only in the United States but internationally through the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and with other independent labor communicators on the Internet.
Make the Road New York
Make the Road New York promotes economic justice, equity and opportunity for all New Yorkers through community and electoral organizing, strategic policy advocacy, leadership development, youth and adult education, and high quality legal and support services.
Massachusetts Global Action
National Mobilization Against Sweatshops
New York City Central Labor Council
New York Civic Participation Project
The New York Civic Participation Project (NYCPP) collaborates with labor unions and community organizations supporting worker justice and civic empowerment for new immigrants across the City. We organize in neighborhoods to bring together grassroots union members, community activists, congregations and immigrant associations—building bridges across national, racial and ethnic lines.
New York Taxi Workers Alliance
Right to the City Alliance
SEIU - Service Employees International Union
Our political project is defined by the struggle to move beyond capitalism. To be for equality and democracy, to be for justice and solidarity, to be for the end of all oppressions and the full and universal development of individual and collective capacities—to be for all of this is to be against capitalism.
The Center for Labor Renewal
The Center for Labor Renewal was conceived in early 2005 when the national U.S. labor union leadership was engaging in a "debate" which largely ignored the fundamental crisis of our nation's working class. It was launched in the Spring of 2006 following a meeting of activists from unions, worker centers, and working class organizations who issued a Call for the Center.
US Federation of Worker Cooperatives
The United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives is a national grassroots membership organization of and for worker cooperatives, democratic workplaces, and organizations that support the growth and development of worker cooperatives. We were founded in 2004, the result of several years of organizing on the part of worker cooperatives and regional groups from around the country.
Workers Solidarity Alliance
Workers Solidarity Alliance is an anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian organization of activists who believe that working people can build a new society and a better world based on the principles of solidarity and self-management.
WorkingUSA, The Journal of Labor and Society is an important forum for new ideas on the work experience. Addressing the range of concerns of working people, the journal covers workers both employed and unemployed, union and non-union, both in the marketplace and at home. A wide range of respected contributors examine the economic, political and social means to achieving a democratic worklife.