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Women’s Labor History

Read the Lyrics to Union Maid

Women and Work – An Introduction

A Brief History of Women in the Labor Movement – An Article by Juliet H. Mofford for Women’s History Magazine

The Face of the Labor Movement – Women at the Front Lines

Suggested Information for Further Research

An Extensive Collection of Links on Women’s Labor History
(Developed by the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees)

More resources from the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW)

25 Labor Events and Organizers Who We Should Teach About During Women’s History Month

Union Women Union Power: From the Shopfloor to the Streets

What works for Women at Work

A Guide to Organizing Women’s Committees

Want to Increase Women’s Influence in the Labor Movement? Here’s How

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Quick Links – An Alphabetical Guide to All Web Site Resources

Quick Links – An Alphabetical Guide to All Web Site Resources

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Mary Harris Jones (Mother Jones)

The Workers’ Warrior

One of the most colorful figures in American labor history is Mary Harris Jones, “Mother Jones.” Frequently showing up at strikes and rallies, she was known as a real “hell raiser.” While she is most often recognized for her comment, “Pray for the dead, and fight like hell for the living,” many of her speeches were profound and prophetic…

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Spotlight On Archives

Labor Heritage Foundation Labor Music, Art, Books & Film

Black Labor History Month

Child Labor

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