- H-Labor: Arts Discussion NetworkA place for historians, labor activists, and artists to discuss the cultural and artistic artifacts of working people?€; like H-Labor, this is part of the H-Net academic discussion group network, interested non-academics are welcome.
- Labor Heritage FoundationLHF is the focal point for arts and cultural activity for, about, and by labor unions and the labor movement. In addition to sponsoring labor arts exchanges and festivals, this web site offers a Directory of Labor Artists and Musicians, an Inventory of Labor Landmarks, a Calendar of Labor Cultural Events, online songs, and a catalog of CD's, art, videos, books, and other items (some hard to get elsewhere) for purchase.
- Labor-Related Films in the Library of CongressLOC's listing of films in its collection.
- LaborArtsCo-sponsored by the Wagner Archives, Bread and Roses, and the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation, this colorful web site exhibits photographs, paintings, buttons, artifacts--in fact, any object--related to the history and current world of workers.
- National Film Board of CanadaAs the site says, "Enjoy documentaries, animations and alternative dramas on the web, on your personalized home page, or on your iPhone. Don't forget to check out our trailers, playlists and upcoming online releases. Free for personal use and on a subscription basis for schools and institutions." This site has "Final Offer," a classic on collective bargaining.
- Union SongsThis searchable site documents union songs and poems. Included are links to songs, articles, recordings, and books.
Songs about women's real work, from building ships to soothing the sick.
Brooklyn Women's Chorus
The Power of Song
Directed by our own Bev Grant, the Chorus sings songs of labor, peace and justice, many of which will be familiar to summer school alums.
Coal Mining Women
Re-release of songs by Hazel Dickens, Florence Reese, Phyllis Boyens, Sarah Gunning and others.
DC Labor Chorus – 2-song CD
Includes "Welcome Union Members" and "Health Care Stomp"
Look to the Left
United We Bargain, Divided We Beg
Anne Feeney & Chris Chandler
Flying Poetry Circus
We Were There: Songs of Women's Labor History
Relive Labor History Night with this CD; accompanying songbook
Named for Humphries' cover of Phil Ochs' unreleased song. Includes No Sweat and We Were There.
Ella Jenkins and a Union of Friends Pulling Together
Labor songs and recitations for children; wonderful for the under 6 set.
Out of Darkness
Songs from the United Mine Workers movie.
Charlie King and Karen Brandow
Songs of political puppets, corporate rats, and ordinary people all over the world struggling to make it better.
Charlie King and Martha Leader
With We Just Come to Work Here and World Turned Upside Down.
New York City Labor Chorus
15 songs, with Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee.
Workers Rise: Labor in the Spotlight
Features union songs as well as lively selections from gospel, jazz, classical, and folk traditions.
Pipets - The chorus of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers (AFSCME)
Gonna Build A Union
We Just Come to Work Here, We Don't Come to Die
Songs of work and safety by Sweet Honey in the Rock, Laurel Blaydes, Anne Feeney, Joe Glazer, Larry Penn, and others.