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Resources for the workshops offered by the regional summer institutes for union women sponsored by United Association for Labor Education.
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Resources for Union Women.

This guide was created for the UALE Northeast Summer School for Union Women, a 5-day leadership institute supported by the United Association for Labor Educators, planned and taught by a volunteer corp of labor educators and labor union women, and hosted each year by a labor school or labor studies department. It is based on the print publication Resources for Activism, compiled, written and updated annually since 1993 by Donna L. Schulman, librarian and member of the Summer School planning committee.

The most recent version of Resources for Union Women can be found at the Catherwood Library, Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, where it is now being updated by Aliqae Geraci, ILR Research Librarian: http://guides.library.cornell.edu/ualesummerschool2013

 

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