American Postal Workers Union AFL-CIO Labor Bibliography
A Short History of American Labor, an AFL-CIO publication, prepared for the 1981 Centennial of American Labor.
Labor Studies Curriculum for Teachers, University of minnesota, 1990. (Curricular materials, video and video guide)
The Power in Our Hands: A Curriculum on the History of Work and Workers in the U.S. Authors William Bigelow and Norman Diamond, published by Monthly Review Foundation, 1988.
A Resource Guide to Labor Education, published by the Massachusetts AFL-CIO, in cooperation with Boston Teachers Union (AFT)
Organized Labor: Source Materials for the Study of Labor in America, Second Edition, 1991, published by the United Federation of Teachers (Local 2, AFT) in cooperation with the Education Committee of the New York City central Labor Council.
American Labor Studies: A Curriculum Guide for Teachers, developed by Paul F. Cole, Secretary-Treasurer, New York State AFL-CIO (date unknown)
The Yummy Pizza Company: A Labor Studies Curriculum for Elementary Schools, published by the California Federation of Teachers, 1997 (draft copy - still a work in progress)
Labor in the Schools: Elementary Materials, University of Alabama Assoc. Professor Judi King
Dignity in the Workplace -- Volume 1: "A Labor Studies Curriculum Guide for Vocational Educators" and Volume 2: "A Student Guide to Labor Unions", by Harold E. Merz and Robert D. Bhaerman. Published by the National Center for Research in Vocational Education, Ohio State University in 1987.
Carry it On: The Story of America's Working People in Song and Picture, by Peter Seeger and Bob Reiser, Sing Out Publications, 1991. [NOTE: in the mail]
Working in America, developed by the State University of New York/Albany, with a grant from National Endowment for the Humanities, 1976, and available through New York State AFL-CIO.
How Schools are Teaching About Labor: A Collection of Guidelines and Lesson Plans, 3rd ed., 1988, published by the AFL-CIO Department of Education
A Resource Guide and Annotated Bibliography on Labor Studies for Students and Teachers in the State of Washington, by Dr. Frank B. Brouillet, Mona H. Bailey, Kenneth M. Bumgarner, Larry M. Strickland, State of washington, Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1983.
The History of Labor, Cobblestones: The History Magazine for Young People, Volume Thirteen, Number Eight, October 1992, available from Cobblestone Publishing.
Labor in the Schools Tool Kit, South Bay (San Jose California) AFL-CIO Labor Council, 1996.
Learning About Work: A Guide for Discussion in the Schools - produced by the CWA Education Department, 1988.
Heritage of Struggle: A History of American Working People, Howard Harris, Pennsylvania State University Department of Labor Studies, 1985.
A Curriculum of United States Labor History of Teachers, sponsored by the Illinois Labor History Society, published (on the Internet), approximately 1995 or 1996.
American Labor History, written by Naomi Bindman, date unknown. A curriculum written for 8th grade American History (1865-present).
This Union Cause: An Illustrated History of Labor Unions in America, published by United Auto Workers, 1996
Working in America: A History of the U.S. Labor Movement, published by the American Federation of Teachers (unknown date)
A Short History of American Labor published by the American Federation of Teachers (unknown date)
The Coloring Book of People Who Serve You Best Because They Say ... America Works Best When We Say Union Yes", CWA Local 3250, 1988
West Virginia Labor History, produced by the West Virginia Humanities Council, with support from the WV Department of Education and WV AFL-CIO Affiliated Unions.
Labor's Heritage articles (6 with Teacher's Guides, 8 without)
Labor Curriculum Guides, Greater Louisville [KY] Labor Council AFL-CIO
Working in Rhode Island: Past and Present - a Curriculum Resource Guide, published by the Institute for Labor Studies and Research, 1997 revision
From Forge to Fast Food: A History of Child Labor in New York State, published by the Council for Citizenship Education, Russell Sage College, 1995.
NYSUL [New York State United Teachers] Labor Curriculum and Teacher Kit
From Calumet to Kalamazoo: A Discussion and Resource Guide for Teaching Michigan Labor History, by Carol J. Haddad and John L. Revitte, 1985. Published by Michigan State University School of Labor and Industrial Relations (in cooperation with Workers' Education Local 189, with funding from Michigan Council for the Humanities)
Sing a Song of Unsung Heroes and Heroines: Songs of Pennsylvania Labor Pioneers, Pennsylvania State University Department of Labor Studies, 1986.
A Teacher's Guide to Oklahoma Labor History, Jim Huff and Paul Jennings.
The History of Labor in the United States Focus: The Iowa Experience -- produced by the Iowa Federation of Labor, 1991.
OAH Magazine of History, Legacy for Learning: Jennie Dean and the Manassas, VA Industrial School.
Labor's Heritage, Mediating a Strike [Patterson, NJ]
Historic March for Justice: Heritage of Struggle - Sit-down Strike, United Auto Workers, 1985.
Highlights of the History of Organized Labor and the UAW, undated publication of UAW (post - 1993)
We Make Our Own History: A Portrait of the UAW, United Auto Workers, 1986
The Early Trade Unions, Jackdaw Publications, 1996.
"The Transformation of the Working Place: Its Impact on the Shoemakers - A Lesson for Students", included at pages 100 - 101 in "Teaching About American Labor History" in Social Education, Volume 46, No. 2, February 1982, Official Journal of the National Council for the Social Studies.
Caesar Chavez Curriculum
Sherry Pavelka_ "Teaching Our Kids to Think"
"An Exercise in Collective Bargaining"
Pontiac Motor Company
United Burger makers Local 33 and McGutbombs Palace of Burgers
TEACHING LABOR HISTORY FOLDER
Films and Videotapes for Labor, AFL-CIO
Audio-Visual Aids: Films and Video Tapes Catalog, UAS
"Fansanella" video, CWA 1993
"Getting It Together" video [actually contained in Box 1, in U of Minnesota black box]
"Smashing the Tower: The 1946 Oakland General Strike", California Fed. Of Teachers 1996
Are You a Working Teen? - Protect Your Health and Know Your Rights, University of California at Berkeley, 1996.
Bringing Labor Into The Public Schools Curriculum: Resource Guide for Teachers, published by the California Federation of Teachers, CFT Labor in the Schools Committee, August 1995.
Georgia Stories I&II/Teachers Guide, published by Peach Star Education Services, division of Georgia Publication Broadcasting
Illinois Labor History Society - web site materials
The Labor Heritage Foundation - brochure
Teacher's Kit - AFL-CIO
Telling Labor's Story in the Classroom: A Guide to Selected Resources for Union Speakers and Teachers, Center for Labor Education and Research, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
United Auto Workers - "Labor Bookshelf"
What Is a Union?, Althea Braithwaite, Rourke Enterprises, 1981
"Workers' Memorial Week" materials, Chicago Federation of Labor
Workers Rights Curriculum, National Immigration Law Center, 1994.
The Working Teenager!: A Teacher's Guide for Secondary Education, 2nd Edition, 1992, published by the Council for Citizenship Education.
Your Rights on The Job, Institute for Labor Studies and Research, Cranston,