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Egyptian Woman working in the TeleMisr factory in mid 1960s where 1/2 of the workers in the factories were women
Labor Culture Online
“A place for historians, labor activists, and artists to discuss the cultural and artistic artifacts of working people”; this is part of the H-Net academic discussion group network, interested non-academics are welcome.
Web site exhibiting photographs, paintings, buttons, artefacts and more related to the history and current world of workers. Co-sponsored with Wagner Labor Archives, Brad and Roses and the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation.
Labor Heritage Foundation
Excellent source for books, CDs, films about working people and labor history. Also offers calendar of cultural events and a directory of labor artists and musicians.
Labor Themes in the movies and on TV (Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley)
If you are looking for ideas of what labor films to view or screen, these two listings are good starting points. Selective rather than exhaustive, each title is annotated and linked to the IMDB. The MRC also offers a bibliography of books and articles about labor films.