Links


For the Unemployed

Laid off? Join 31 million unemployed Americans
Laid off? Join 31 million unemployed Americans

Union Resources

Connecticut AFL-CIO Central Labor Council
AFL-CIO CENTER FOR GREEN JOBS Helping Union Workers Build A Green Economy:
AFL-CIO CENTER FOR GREEN JOBS Helping Union Workers Build A Green Economy
AFL-CIO – America’s Union Movement,  Federation of labor organizations. Contains links to member unions, speeches, organizing information
Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs
Record Keeping for Locals: An Introduction for the Computer Age
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment Standards Administration, Office of Labor-Management Standards
Compliance Tip - Retention of Union Records

Education-related

American Labor Studies Center, Friend-of-GNHLHA Paul Cole’s educational resource page for teachers and those who would like to learn more about labor history.  ALSC is your source for labor information and educational resources!
Labor's Heritage , History is full of opportunities to see how our collective power has changed American and the World. This time line will include important historical references to the Labor movements actions, triumph, and challenges.
Augusta Lewis Troup Magnet School in New Haven,   The Augusta Lewis Troup School is home to the Labor History Mural painted by GNHLHA artist Susan Bowen.  Click here to see the mural! (link to picture)

Activist and Community Organizations

May Day in New Haven
New Haven People’s Center Blog
City of New Haven
Downtown Wooster Square Community Management Team

CT People Before Profits now has a YouTube website!

Click on the link for four videos from "Keep the Ball Rolling"
Amistad Awards event honoring Art Perry, Anna Montalvo
and Gwen Mills at the Peoples Center on Dec 9, 2009.  The
event was hosted by the People's World in Connecticut on the
occasion of the 90th anniversary of the CPUSA.


Beto Castillo songs - Mozanbique and Hasta Siempre

Bill Collins song - Health Care is Our Right!

Aishah Jenkins and Kendra Streater perform "Stand by Me"

Joelle Fishman - A Call to Action



Project Partners

Connecticut AFL-CIO Central Labor Council
May Day in New Haven
New Haven Free Public Library Bulletin   NHFPL is a frequent partner on community projects with the GNHLHA.  Visit the bulletin to check for upcoming events and information

News Sources

Flash News from GNHLHA Member IAM:



New Haven Independent – It’s Your Town. Read All About It.  Visit New Haven Independent for breaking news, analysis, and in-depth information about labor issues in and around New Haven.

New Haven Free Public Library Bulletin   NHFPL is a frequent partner on community projects with the GNHLHA.  Visit the bulletin to check for upcoming events and information

Museums, Historical and Neighborhood Associations

The Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop Includes historical resource about the inventor of the cotton gin and the technique of mass producing military firearms. New Haven, Connecticut.
The New Haven Museum and Historical SocietyMuseum, library, and historical and genealogical services, Jim Cambell, Librarian.  check

Libraries

University of Connecticut at Storrs -- the Dodd Center 
Wesleyan University Library, Online searchable catalog, indices and databases, reference tools, collections and contact information. check
Connecticut State Library History and Genealogy Resource, check
Ethnic Heritage Center in New Haven it’s a link on SCT website


 


 
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