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Collected by: University of Maryland

Archived since: Jun, 2015

Description:

This collection represents websites of labor organizations in the United States, including organizations whose records arestewarded by Special Collections and University Archives at the University of Maryland. Our labor collections are comprised of AFL-CIO Department records, trade department records, international union records, union programs, union organizations with allied or affiliate relationships with the AFL-CIO, and personal papers of union leaders. We also have extensive photo documentation of labor union activities from the 1940s to the present in the photographic negative and digital collections. Additionally, collections of graphic images, over 10,000 audio tapes, several hundred films and videotapes, and over 2,000 artifacts are available for research and study. The University of Maryland emphasizes the collecting of archival resources and other collections that document the history of the labor movement in North America and the Washington, DC/Maryland region. These materials help researchers better understand pivotal social movements in this country, including those to gain rights for women, children and minorities.

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Title: National Organizers Alliance

URL: http://noacentral.org/

Description: Archived website of the National Organizers Alliance (NOA). Based in Alcoa, Tennessee, NOA was founded in 1993 by organizers working across the spectrum of progressive social justice movements and closed in 2015. The NOA's stated mission was "to advance progressive organizing for social, economic and environmental justice and to sustain, support and nurture the people of all ages who do it" ("About NOA," http://wayback.archive-it.org/5981/20151108141921/http://noacentral.org/page.php?id=9, accessed June 4, 2018). The NOA website included information about its mission, leadership, publications, membership, job bank (Organizers for America), Organizer Mentoring Project, and archives at the University of Maryland, College, Park.

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Subject:   National Organizers Alliance -- Archives National Organizers Alliance -- Web archives Social movements -- Archives Social movements -- Web archives Social justice Distributive justice Environmentalism Green movement Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Jobs With Justice

URL: http://www.americanrightsatwork.org/

Description: Archived website of Jobs With Justice (JWJ), is a non-profit workers' advocacy organization. Its stated mission is to "bring together labor, community, student, and faith voices at the national and local levels to win improvements in people’s lives and shape the public discourse on workers’ rights and the economy." (http://www.jwj.org/about-us, accessed June 4, 2018). JWJ is based in Washington, D.C. The JWJ site includes information about its history, staff, partnerships, projects, issues, campaigns and actions, publications, and media mentions.

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Subject:   Jobs with Justice -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: A. Philip Randolph Institute

URL: http://www.apri.org/

Description: Archived website of the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI). Founded in 1965 by labor and civil rights leaders A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin, the APRI is "an Organization of Black Trade Unionists to Fight for Racial Equality and Economic Justice," and a constituency group of the AFL-CIO ("Our History," http://www.apri.org/our-history.html, accessed June 4, 2018). The APRI website includes information about its leadership, history, constituency groups, news, events, chapters, issues, actions, and conferences.

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Subject:   A. Philip Randolph Institute -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: North America's Building Trades Unions (NABTU)

URL: http://www.bctd.org/

Description: Archived website of North America's Building Trades Unions (NABTU), a federation of 14 North American labor unions, founded in 1907 and based in Washington, D.C. ("About Us," https://nabtu.org/about-nabtu/, accessed June 4, 2018; Constitution of the North America's Building Trades Unions, as amended through August 2015). Its stated mission is "to create more work opportunities, achieve living wages, and protect benefit standards, not just for the members of our 14 national and international union affiliates, but for all construction workers." ("About Us"). The NABTU website includes information about its leadership, affiliates, membership, staff, apprenticeship and training programs, field services, policy positions and advocacy, capital strategies, press releases, speeches, video, and blog.

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Subject:   Building Trades Association (U.S.) -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. Local Union No. 132 (Washington, D.C.)

URL: http://www.carpenters132.org/

Description: Archived website of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBCJA) Local Union No. 132 (Washington, D.C.), the predominant local carpenters union in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. The consolidation of four local unions located in Washington, D.C.,--884, 190, 1651, and 1103--formed Local 132. The new union received its charter on October 25, 1905. Originally, Local 132 had its headquarters in downtown Washington, D.C., and met every Friday at the Typographical Temple. Members of Local 132 broke ground on a Carpenter's Hall in 1926. This building served as a home for the local union until 1981, when Local 132 moved its headquarters from downtown Washington, D.C., to Suitland, Maryland. Shortly thereafter, Local 132 moved to Forestville, Maryland. In 2008, the union again moved its offices to its present location in Upper Marlboro where it shares the building with the Mid-Atlantic Regional Council of Carpenters (MARCC), the regional council associated with the UBCJA. Local 132 is one of 27 local unions affiliated with MARCC. The Carpenters Local #132 website includes information on its officers, events, contact information, and a photo album.

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Subject:   Carpenters -- Labor unions -- Archives Carpenters -- Labor unions -- Web archives United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America -- Archives United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Coalition of Labor Union Women

URL: http://www.cluw.org/

Description: Archived website of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW), the national organization for labor union women in the United States, formed on March 12, 1974, in Chicago, Illinois ("History of CLUW," http://www.cluw.org/?zone=/unionactive/view_article.cfm&HomeID=430444&page=About20CLUW, accessed June 13, 2018). CLUW's stated mission is "to unify all union women in a viable organization to determine our common problems and concerns and to develop action programs within the framework of our unions to deal effectively with our objectives" ("CLUW Mission Statement," http://www.cluw.org/?zone=/unionactive/view_article.cfm&HomeID=252411&page=About20CLUW, accessed June 13, 2018). The CLUW website includes information about its mission, history, programs, leadership, local chapters, membership, photo gallery, office locations, news, campaigns, and events.

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Subject:   Coalition of Labor Union Women -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: National Guestworker Alliance

URL: http://www.guestworkeralliance.org/

Description: Archived website of the National Guestworker Alliance (NGA), a membership organization of guestworkers, founded in 2006 (as the Alliance of Guestworkers) and based in New Orleans, Louisiana ("About NGA," http://www.guestworkeralliance.org/about-nga/, accessed June 13, 2018). Its stated mission is "to ensure that: Guestworkers have the power to transform their workplaces from exploitative to dignified—and have the consciousness and organization to do this in partnership with local workers locked out of employment. Guestworkers have the power to transform the terms of migration, so that workers can arrive to the United States on a path to first-class citizenship. Guestworkers are protagonists in a vibrant social movement to expand the right to organize for all excluded workers, reversing a long legacy of retaliation against workers of color who organize to win dignity and freedom" ("The NGA Vision," http://www.guestworkeralliance.org/about-nga/vision/, accessed June 13, 2018). The NGA website includes information about its press statements and coverage, campaign, and resources for H-2B policy, J-1 visas, and litigation. The site also includes information about the Alianza de Trabajadores de Marisco y Pescado (ATMP) / Alliance of Seafood Workers, Costa del Golfo (Gulf Coast) and Nueva Inglaterra (New England).

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Subject:   National Guestworker Alliance -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Organizers for America

URL: http://www.organizersforamerica.org/

Description: Archived website of Organizers for America, a free employment site for "community organizations, unions and allied groups seeking to hire community organizers and related positions," as well as job seekers, operated by the organization People's Action ("Organizers for America," http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89, accessed June 5, 2018).

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Subject:   Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust

URL: https://aflcio-bit.com/

Description: Archived website of the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT), a bank collective trust founded in 1988 whose stated mission is "to provide competitive risk-adjusted returns for qualified union pension plans through investments in institutional quality commercial real estate" in United States markets ("Performance," http://www.aflcio-bit.com/Performance-and-Portfolio.aspx, accessed June 4, 2018; "The AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust," http://www.aflcio-bit.com/, accessed June 4, 2018). PNC Bank serves as trustee for the BIT. The BIT website includes information about its mission, policies, performance, portfolio, news, and media.

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Subject:   Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Coalition of Black Trade Unionists

URL: https://cbtu.nationbuilder.com/

Description: Archived website of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU). First convened September 23-24, 1972, CBTU is an international membership organization with 42 chapters in the U.S. ("History," http://www.cbtu.org/history.php, accessed June 4, 2018). Its stated mission is to "Improve economic development and employment opportunities for black workers. Work within the framework of the trade union movement to provide a voice and vehicle for greater black and minority participation. Increase union involvement in voter registration, voter education and voter turnout projects. Organize unorganized workers. Actively support civil rights and civic groups working to improve living and working conditions in the black community. Increase effective political alliances between labor, churches and the general community" ("About CBTU: Mission Statement," http://www.cbtu.org/mission.php, accessed June 4, 2018). The CBTU website includes information on its leadership, chapters, history, mission, Bell-Ball-Reliford Scholarship program, membership, committees, conferences, and Community Action and Response Against Toxics (CARAT) Team program. The site also hosts a blog, "Taking a Stand."

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Subject:   Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (U.S.) -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: International Labor Communications Association

URL: https://ilcaonline.org/

Description: Archived website of the International Labor Communications Association (ILCA). Founded in 1955 and based in Washington, D.C., ILCA is the professional organization of labor communicators in North America. ILCA members work to strengthen and expand labor print publications, websites, and radio, television, and film productions by providing resources, expertise, and networking opportunities for labor communicators. The ILCA website includes information about its history, leadership, constitution, code of ethics, communication tools, training videos and services, Labor Media Awards, advocacy issues membership, and social media.

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Subject:   International Labor Communications Association -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Press, Labor Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Labor Council For Latin American Advancement

URL: https://lclaa.org/

Description: Archived website of the Labor Council For Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), a national organization representing two million Latinx trade unionists through 65 chapters, which describes its work as follows: "LCLAA was born in 1972 out of the need to educate, organize and mobilize Latinos in the labor movement and has expanded its influence to organize Latinos in an effort to impact workers' rights and their influence in the political process. LCLAA represents the interest of more than 2 million Latino workers in the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), The Change to Win Federation, Independent Unions and all its membership" ("Our Mission," https://www.lclaa.org/about-lclaa/mission, accessed June 13, 2018). The LCLAA website includes information about its history, mission, leadership, legislative platform, campaigns, membership, governance, chapters, events, media, publications, resolutions, and administrative relief information and resources.

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Subject:   Labor Council for Latin American Advancement -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Maritime Trades Department, AFL-CIO

URL: https://maritimetrades.org/

Description: Archived website of the Maritime Trades Department, AFL-CIO, a constitutionally mandated department chartered in 1946. ("A Short History of the Maritime Trades Department, http://maritimetrades.org/about-us/history/, accessed June 4, 2018). Its stated mission is "preserving a strong U.S. maritime industry by promoting a comprehensive legislative agenda and in educating Congress, the administration, the international community and the American public about the benefits of this vitally important industry" ("Mission," http://maritimetrades.org/about-us/mission/, accessed June 4, 2018). The Maritime Trades Department website includes information about its mission, history, leadership, governance, membership, issues, and actions.

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Subject:   AFL-CIO. Maritime Trades Department -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Metropolitan Baltimore Council of AFL-CIO Unions

URL: https://md.aflcio.org/baltimoreaflcio/

Description: Archived website of the Metropolitan Baltimore Council of AFL-CIO Unions. This website includes information about its leadership, news, events, union member benefits, actions, and calendar.

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Subject:   Metropolitan Baltimore Council of AFL-CIO Unions -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Del-Mar-Va Peninsula Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO

URL: https://md.aflcio.org/delmarva/

Description: Archived website of the Del-Mar-Va Peninsula Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO. This website includes information about its leadership, news, events, union member benefits, actions, and calendar.

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Subject:   Del-Mar-Va Peninsula Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Western Maryland Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO

URL: https://md.aflcio.org/wmdclc/

Description: Archived website of the Western Maryland Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO. This website includes information about its leadership, news, events, union member benefits, actions, and calendar.

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Subject:   Western Maryland Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Metal Trades Department, AFL-CIO

URL: https://metaltrades.org/

Description: Archived website of the Metal Trades Department, AFL-CIO (MTD), a trade department of the AFL-CIO that represents seventeen affiliated unions and more than 100,000 workers and was chartered in 1908 "to coordinate negotiating, organizing and legislative efforts of affiliated metalworking and related crafts and trade unions" ("The Metal Trades," https://metaltrades.org/about-us/, accessed June 13, 2018). The MTD website includes information about its history, governance, policies, leadership, staff, affiliates, councils, news, publications, Congressional letters, photo gallery, and videos.

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Subject:   AFL-CIO. Metal Trades Department -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: North America's Building Trades Unions (NABTU)

URL: https://nabtu.org/

Description: Archived website of North America's Building Trades Unions (NABTU), a federation of 14 North American labor unions, founded in 1907 and based in Washington, D.C. ("About Us," https://nabtu.org/about-nabtu/, accessed June 4, 2018; Constitution of the North America's Building Trades Unions, as amended through August 2015). Its stated mission is "to create more work opportunities, achieve living wages, and protect benefit standards, not just for the members of our 14 national and international union affiliates, but for all construction workers." ("About Us"). The NABTU website includes information about its leadership, affiliates, membership, staff, apprenticeship and training programs, field services, policy positions and advocacy, capital strategies, press releases, speeches, video, and blog.

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Subject:   Building Trades Association (U.S.) -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: National Day Laborer Organizing Network

URL: https://ndlon.org/

Description: Archived English-language website of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON), a national alliance of 36 day laborer organizations based in Los Angeles, California, and founded in July 2001. Its stated mission is "to unify and strengthen its member organizations to be more strategic and effective in their efforts to develop leadership, site mobilize, and organize day laborers in order to protect and expand their civil, labor and human rights." The NDLON website includes information about its mission, vision, principles, values, history, leadership, staff, employment opportunities, annual reports, program areas, events, actions, news, press releases, press kit, publications, research, documentary footage, educational resources, legislative resources, litigation resources, trainings, best practices, visual arts material, membership, online store, and social media. The NDLON website also hosts a blog.

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Subject:   National Day Laborer Organizing Network -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: National Day Laborer Organizing Network

URL: https://ndlon.org/es/

Description: Archived Spanish-language website of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON), a national alliance of 36 day laborer organizations based in Los Angeles, California, and founded in July 2001. Its stated mission is "to unify and strengthen its member organizations to be more strategic and effective in their efforts to develop leadership, site mobilize, and organize day laborers in order to protect and expand their civil, labor and human rights." The NDLON website includes information about its mission, vision, principles, values, history, leadership, staff, employment opportunities, annual reports, program areas, events, actions, news, press releases, press kit, publications, research, documentary footage, educational resources, legislative resources, litigation resources, trainings, best practices, visual arts material, membership, online store, and social media. The NDLON website also hosts a blog.

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Subject:   National Day Laborer Organizing Network -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Alliance for Retired Americans

URL: https://retiredamericans.org/

Description: Archived website of the Alliance for Retired Americans, an advocacy organization founded in 2001 and based in Washington, D.C., whose stated mission is "to ensure social and economic justice and full civil rights for all citizens so that they may enjoy lives of dignity, personal and family fulfillment and security" ("About Us," https://retiredamericans.org/about/, accessed June 13, 2018). The Alliance for Retired Americans website includes information about its issues, membership, state alliances, publications, news, and social media. The website also hosts a blog and a Spanish-language news and resources page ("en español," https://retiredamericans.org/en-espanol/, accessed June 13, 2018).

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Subject:   Alliance for Retired Americans -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

URL: https://soundcloud.com/afl-cio

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URL: https://soundcloud.com/afl-cio/

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URL: https://soundcloud.com/aflciohit/

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Title: Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO

URL: https://ttd.org/

Description: Archived website of the Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO (TTD), a coalition of 32 member unions representing workers in aviation, maritime, rail, surface transportation, and transit, founded in 1990 and based in Washington, D.C. TTD describes its mission as follows: "The Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO, a coalition of 32 member unions, provides a bold voice for workers in every mode of transportation – both in the private and public sector – and is devoted to protecting middle-class jobs, expanding collective bargaining, and ensuring modern, safe, and secure transportation operations and infrastructure" ("About TTD," https://ttd.org/about-ttd/, accessed June 13, 2018). The TTD website includes information about its member unions, leadership, staff, partnerships, issues, policy work, news, press releases, and social media. The TTD site also hosts a blog titled, "MoveAmerica."

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Subject:   Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

URL: https://twitter.com/CBTU72/

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URL: https://twitter.com/ubcja_official

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Title: AFL-CIO Union Lawyers Alliance

URL: https://ula-aflcio.org/

Description: Archived website of the AFL-CIO Union Lawyers Alliance (ULA), a Washington, D.C.,-based organization of more than 2,100 lawyers in firms and union legal departments across the United States. Its stated mission is "to (1) facilitate the exchange of information and strategies to assist LCC members in representing their union clients; (2) inform and mobilize union-side lawyers in the labor movement’s support of legislative and political priorities, such as labor law reform, judicial nominations and voter protection; (3) offer legal education, technical assistance and networking opportunities to the union-side bar; and (4) assist LCC firms and legal departments in recruiting and retaining new lawyers and lawyers of color to the practice of labor law" ("About the LCC," https://lcc.aflcio.org/public/about-lcc/, accessed June 4, 2018). Formerly known as the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee (LCC), the organization's Board of Directors voted to change its name on November 13, 2020 ("AFL-CIO Union Lawyers Alliance," https://ula-aflcio.org/, accessed August 10, 2021). The ULA website includes information about its mission and membership; litigation docket; Diversity, Outreach, Opportunities, and Recruitment (DOOR, formerly the Minority Outreach Program); and Law School Outreach Project. The website also posts vacancy notices and job listings.

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Subject:   AFL-CIO. Lawyers Coordinating Committee -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives AFL-CIO. Union Lawyers Alliance -- Web archives

Title: Union Label and Service Trades Department, AFL-CIO

URL: https://unionlabel.org/

Description: Archived website of the Union Label and Service Trades Department, AFL-CIO, founded in 1909 "to promote the products and services produced in America by union members — especially those products and services identified by a union label, shop card, store card and service button" ("About Us," http://wp.unionlabel.org/about-us/, accessed June 13, 2018). The Union Label website includes information about its mission, board, affiliates, Don't Buy and Do Buy lists, news, product search and directory, and newsletters.

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Subject:   AFL-CIO. Union Label and Service Trades Department -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Union Veterans Council

URL: https://unionveterans.org/

Description: Archived website of the Union Veterans Council, a Washington, D.C.-based organization whose stated mission is to bring "working class veterans together to speak out on the issues that impact us most, especially the need for good jobs and a strong, fully funded and staffed VA" ("About Us," http://unionveterans.org/#!/about, accessed June 13, 2018). The Union Veterans Council website includes information about its mission, leadership, affiliates, videos, press releases, and resources for veterans.

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Subject:   Union Veterans Council -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: United Students Against Sweatshops

URL: https://usas.org/

Description: Archived website of United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS), a national student labor campaign organization founded in 1997, describes its work as follows: "United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) is a grassroots organization run entirely by youth and students. We develop youth leadership and run strategic student-labor solidarity campaigns with the goal of building sustainable power for working people. We define “sweatshop” broadly and consider all struggles against the daily abuses of the global economic system to be a struggle against sweatshops" ("Mission, Vision, and Organizing Philosophy," http://usas.org/about/mission-vision-organizing/, accessed June 13, 2018). Based in Washington, D.C., USAS represents student workers through locals on more than 150 college campuses ("About," http://usas.org/about/, accessed June 13, 2018). The USAS website includes information about its leadership, mission, vision, organizing philosophy, organizational structure, Collective Liberation Committee, caucuses, campaigns, membership, and locals.

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Subject:   United Students Against Sweatshops -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

URL: https://vimeo.com/user13583658/

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Title: AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust

URL: https://www.aflcio-hit.com/

Description: Archived website of the AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust, an internally managed fixed-income mutual fund founded in 1984 and focused on "high credit quality securities, primarily multifamily mortgage-backed securities (MBS)" ("About Us," http://www.aflcio-hit.com/wmspage.cfm?parm1=674, accessed June 4, 2018). Its stated mission is to "Create union construction jobs – union labor is required for all on-site construction work; Create and preserve housing, particularly affordable and workforce housing" ("About Us"). The HIT website includes information about its mission, leadership, history, portfolio, performance, real estate finance, impact investing, HIT-DVF fund, Building America subsidiary, news, and media.

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Subject:   Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: AFL-CIO Employees Federal Credit Union

URL: https://www.aflcioefcu.org/

Description: Archived website of the AFL-CIO Employees Federal Credit Union, a credit union whose field of eligible members includes employees of the AFL-CIO or its constitutional departments, affiliated AFL-CIO International Unions, state or local central labor bodies; members of selected unions and locals; retired members; and immediate family. Its stated mission is "to be the primary financial institution for union families, providing quality products and member service, consistent with the values of the labor movement" ("Membership," https://www.aflcioefcu.org/who-we-are, accessed June 13, 2018). The AFL-CIO Employees FCU website includes information about membership, accounts, loans, services, access, and newsletters.

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Subject:   AFL-CIO Employees Federal Credit Union -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance

URL: https://www.apalanet.org/

Description: Archived website of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), the national organization of Asian American and Pacific Islander workers, with a membership of 660,000 and 20 chapters as of June 2018. APALA was founded in 1992 and is based in Washington, D.C. APALA's stated mission is as follows: "APALA is dedicated to promoting political education and voter registration programs among AAPIs, and to the training, empowerment, and leadership of AAPIs within the labor movement and APA community. Furthermore, APALA works to defend and advocate for the civil and human rights of AAPIs, immigrants and all people of color, and continues to develop ties within international labor organizations, especially in the Asia-Pacific Rim" ("Our Mission and History," https://www.apalanet.org/our-mission.html, accessed June 13, 2018). The APALA website includes information about its mission, leadership, staff, partnerships, major issues, chapters, actions, press releases, publications, and resources for promotion and online actions.

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Subject:   Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: National Domestic Workers Alliance

URL: https://www.domesticworkers.org/

Description: Archived website of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA). As of June 2018, NDWA represents more than 20,000 domestic workers through affiliate organizations, local chapters, and individual memberships. NDWA describes its work as follows: "NDWA is winning improved working conditions while building a powerful movement rooted in the human rights and dignity of domestic workers, immigrants, women, and their families by: Working with a broad range of groups and individuals--including supporters like you--to change how we value care, women, families, and our communities. Developing women of color leaders and investing in grassroots organizations to realize their potential. Building powerful state, regional, and national campaigns for concrete change" ("About the National Domestic Workers Alliance," https://www.domesticworkers.org/about-us, accessed June 13, 2018). The NDWA website includes information about its membership, campaigns, press, affiliates, and leadership.

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Subject:   National Domestic Workers Alliance -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIO

URL: https://www.dpeaflcio.org/

Description: Archived website of the Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIO (DPE), a coalition of 24 national unions representing over four million professional and technical workers, including teachers, physicians, engineers, computer scientists, psychologists, nurses, university professors, actors, and technicians. DPE was formed in 1977 and is based in Washington, D.C. (http://dpeaflcio.org/about/, accessed June 4, 2018). The DPE website includes information about its history, mission, leadership, governance, membership, publications, policy positions, organizing reports, programs, events, survey research, and press releases. The DPE website also hosts a blog.

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Subject:   AFL-CIO. Department for Professional Employees -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

URL: https://www.instagram.com/ubcja

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Title: Jobs With Justice

URL: https://www.jwj.org/

Description: Archived website of Jobs With Justice (JWJ), a non-profit workers' advocacy organization. Its stated mission is to "bring together labor, community, student, and faith voices at the national and local levels to win improvements in people’s lives and shape the public discourse on workers’ rights and the economy." (http://www.jwj.org/about-us, accessed June 4, 2018). JWJ is based in Washington, D.C. The JWJ site includes information about its history, staff, partnerships, projects, issues, campaigns and actions, publications, and media mentions.

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Subject:   Jobs with Justice -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Labor Heritage Foundation

URL: https://www.laborheritage.org/

Description: Archived website of the Labor Heritage Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based cultural heritage organization founded in 1983 by organizers of the Great Labor Arts Exchange (GLAE). Its stated mission is "to strengthen the labor movement through the use of music and arts" ("About Us," http://www.laborheritage.org/lhf/, accessed June 5, 2018). The Labor Heritage Foundation website includes information about its mission, staff, leadership, history, shop, publications, and the GLAE.

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Subject:   Labor Heritage Foundation -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Maryland State and District of Columbia AFL-CIO

URL: https://www.mddcaflcio.org/

Description: Archived website of the Maryland State and District of Columbia (D.C.) AFL-CIO. This website includes information about its leadership, events, union member benefits, actions, and calendar.

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Subject:   Maryland State and District of Columbia AFL-CIO -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Central Maryland AFL-CIO Council

URL: https://www.mddcaflcio.org/central-maryland-afl-cio-council

Description: Archived website of the Central Maryland AFL-CIO Council. This website includes information about its leadership, events, union member benefits, actions, and calendar.

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Subject:   Central Maryland AFL-CIO Council -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Pride At Work, AFL-CIO

URL: https://www.prideatwork.org/

Description: Archived website of Pride At Work, AFL-CIO, a Washington, D.C.-based constituency group of the AFL-CIO founded in 1994 and representing LGBTQ workers through 20 national chapters ("Pride@Work AFL-CIO," http://www.prideatwork.org/, accessed June 5, 2018; "For Liberty, Justice, and Equality: Unions Making History in America," online exhibit in Labor and Workplace Studies of Special Collections and University Archives, University of Maryland Libraries, https://www.lib.umd.edu/unions/social/lgbtq-rights, accessed June 5, 2018). Its stated mission is: "We seek full equality for LGBTQ Workers in our workplaces and unions. We work towards creating a Labor Movement that cherishes diversity, encourages openness, and ensures safety & dignity. We aim to educate the LGBTQ Community about the benefits of a union contract for LGBTQ working people, and to build support and solidarity for the union movement in the LGBTQ community" ("Our Mission," http://www.prideatwork.org/about-us/our-mission/, accessed June 5, 2018). The Pride At Work website includes information about its mission, leadership, resolutions, membership, chapters, issues, media, actions, events, and store. The site also hosts a blog.

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Subject:   Pride at Work (Organization) -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Alliance for Retired Americans

URL: https://www.retiredamericans.org/

Description: Archived website of the Alliance for Retired Americans, an advocacy organization founded in 2001 and based in Washington, D.C., whose stated mission is "to ensure social and economic justice and full civil rights for all citizens so that they may enjoy lives of dignity, personal and family fulfillment and security" ("About Us," https://retiredamericans.org/about/, accessed June 13, 2018). The Alliance for Retired Americans website includes information about its issues, membership, state alliances, publications, news, and social media. The website also hosts a blog and a Spanish-language news and resources page ("en español," https://retiredamericans.org/en-espanol/, accessed June 13, 2018).

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Subject:   Alliance for Retired Americans -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Solidarity Center

URL: https://www.solidaritycenter.org/

Description: Archived website of the Solidarity Center, an international worker rights organizations founded in 1997 and based in Washington, D.C. ("Who We Are," https://www.solidaritycenter.org/who-we-are/, accessed June 13, 2018). Its stated mission is "Empowering workers to raise their voice for dignity on the job, justice in their communities and greater equality in the global economy" ("Our Mission & Vision," https://www.solidaritycenter.org/who-we-are/our-vision/, accessed June 13, 2018). The Solidarity Center website includes information about its issues, campaigns, regional field offices, mission, vision, leadership, events, and Workers Equality Forum.

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Subject:   Solidarity Center (AFL-CIO) -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Union Plus

URL: https://www.unionplus.org/

Description: Archived website of Union Plus. The nonprofit organization Union Privilege that administers the Union Plus consumer benefits program to current and retired union members and their families ("About Us," https://www.unionplus.org/page/about-us, accessed June 13, 2018). Union Privilege was founded by the AFL-CIO in 1986 and is based in Washington, D.C. The Union Plus website includes information about benefits, discounts, hardship help, news, credit cards, consumer tips, and union issues.

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Subject:   Union Privilege -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: Working America

URL: https://www.workingamerica.org/

Description: Archived website of Working America, the community affiliate of the AFL-CIO, founded in 2003 to represent non-unionized workers ("About," https://www.workingamerica.org/about, accessed June 13, 2018). The Working America website includes information about its staff, Education Fund, issues, news, publications, membership, and state-level actions. From 2008 to 2015, Working America maintained the blog Main Street at the subdomain http://blog.workingamerica.org/.

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Subject:   AFL-CIO. Working America -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

Title: The AFL-CIO Working for America Institute

URL: https://www.workingforamerica.org/

Description: Archived website of AFL-CIO Working for America Institute (WAI), a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., that "works with AFL-CIO institutions (more than 600 state labor federations, local labor councils, and the Industrial Union Council) and unions, employers, workforce boards, and apprenticeship officials to increase the effectiveness of economic development and workforce systems" ("AFL-CIO Working for America Institute," https://www.workingforamerica.org/, accessed June 13, 2018). The WAI website includes information about its mission, areas of work, leadership, and publications.

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Subject:   Working for America Institute -- Web archives Labor unions -- Web archives Labor -- United States -- Web archives

URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4LLzLO2DZl1Na5_ZoSQdEQ

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn-GrFX5jg1Fh-19povBUpw/

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCozPbo2V0qDySEjUWkfSeQg

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCozPbo2V0qDySEjUWkfSeQg/videos

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/AFLCIONow/

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/LCLAAvideos/videos

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/MaritimeTradesDept

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/lclaavideos/

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/nationalcbtu/

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/nationalcbtu/videos

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