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Title: Communications Workers of America

URL: http://action.cwa-union.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: Communications Workers of America (CWA), founded in 1947, is America's largest communications and media union, represents over 700,000 men and women in both private and public sectors, including over half a million workers who are employed in telecommunications, broadcasting, cable TV, journalism, publishing, electronics and general manufacturing, as well as airline customer service, government service, health care, education and other fields. The union includes some 1,200 chartered local unions across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Members live in approximately 10,000 communities, making CWA one of the most geographically diverse unions. CWA is headquartered in Washington, DC, and affiliated with the AFL-CIO, the Canadian Labour Congress, and Union Network International. The website contains their newsletter, their blog, event listings, press releases, issues and action alerts, and other multimedia.

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Subject:   Communications Workers of America. Telecommunication--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM)

URL: http://bctgm.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers' International Union (BCTGM) is a labor union in the United States and Canada with a membership of 100,000. The union includes workers in bakeries, candy, cereal, sugar, grain mills, tobacco plants, food processing and manufacturing facilities and other related occupations related to these industries. The union traces its history to the founding of the Journeymen Bakers Union in 1886. The contemporary BCTGM was formed in January, 1999 from the merger of the Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers' International Union and the American Federation of Grain Millers. The BCTGM is affiliated with the AFL-CIO, the Canadian Labour Congress and the International Union of Food Workers (IUF).

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Subject:   Bakery employees--Labor unions--United States. Tobacco workers---Labor unions--United States.

Title: Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM)

URL: http://bctgm2014convention.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers' International Union (BCTGM) is a labor union in the United States and Canada with a membership of 100,000. The union includes workers in bakeries, candy, cereal, sugar, grain mills, tobacco plants, food processing and manufacturing facilities and other related occupations related to these industries. The union traces its history to the founding of the Journeymen Bakers Union in 1886. The contemporary BCTGM was formed in January, 1999 from the merger of the Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers' International Union and the American Federation of Grain Millers. The BCTGM is affiliated with the AFL-CIO, the Canadian Labour Congress and the International Union of Food Workers (IUF).

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Subject:   Bakery employees--Labor unions--United States. Tobacco workers---Labor unions--United States.

Title: Autonomedia

URL: http://bookstore.autonomedia.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Alternative Mass Media / News Web Sites

Description: Founded in 1984, Autonomedia is a North American publisher of radical theoretical works, especially in the anarchist tradition. Autonomedia publishes books on topics such as anarchism, Marxist works, cyberfeminism, drug literature, turn of the 21st century queer individualist anarchist novels, and other works. They are known for publishing the "Autonomedia Calendar of Jubilee Saints," in which every day of the calendar recalls a deceased person of some significance to progressive movements or thought. They also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books that they publish.

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Subject:   Autonomedia. Alternative mass media--United States. Small presses--United States. Artists--Political activity--United States. Art--Political aspects--United States.

Title: Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS)

URL: http://brs.unionactive.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, founded in 1901, represents nearly 9,500 signal employees on both the freight railroads and the passenger and commuter railroads across the United States and into Canada. The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen is affiliated with the AFL-CIO and the Transportation Trades Department.

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Subject:   Railroads--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities

URL: http://caaav.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: Formerly known as the Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence (CAAAV), CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities works to build grassroots community power across diverse poor and working class Asian immigrant and refugee communities in New York City. Through an organizing model constituted by five core elements- basebuilding, leadership development, campaigns, alliances, and organizational development- CAAAV organizes communities to fight for institutional change and participates in a broader movement towards racial, gender, and economic justice.

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Subject:   Discrimination against Asian Americans. Asian Americans.

Title: CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities

URL: http://caaav.tumblr.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: Formerly known as the Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence (CAAAV), CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities works to build grassroots community power across diverse poor and working class Asian immigrant and refugee communities in New York City. Through an organizing model constituted by five core elements- basebuilding, leadership development, campaigns, alliances, and organizational development- CAAAV organizes communities to fight for institutional change and participates in a broader movement towards racial, gender, and economic justice.

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Subject:   Discrimination against Asian Americans. Asian Americans.

Title: Camp Kinderland

URL: http://campkinderland.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Jewish American Progressive & Left Activity

Description: Camp Kinderland was founded on Sylvan Lake in Hopewell Junction, NY in 1923 by members of the Workmen’s Circle who worked in the organization’s New York City schools. The camp’s founders sought to create a summer youth camp that would not only provide a recreational escape for the children of working people from the tenements of New York City, but also one whose culture would encourage and foster a commitment to socially progressive activism and the embracing of a rich Jewish secular tradition. The website contains news and event listings, camper and parent resources, and information about renting their facilities.

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Subject:   Camps |x Massachusetts. Jewish Children |z United States.

Title: Camp Kinderland

URL: http://campkinderland.org/index.html

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Jewish American Progressive & Left Activity

Description: Camp Kinderland was founded on Sylvan Lake in Hopewell Junction, NY in 1923 by members of the Workmen’s Circle who worked in the organization’s New York City schools. The camp’s founders sought to create a summer youth camp that would not only provide a recreational escape for the children of working people from the tenements of New York City, but also one whose culture would encourage and foster a commitment to socially progressive activism and the embracing of a rich Jewish secular tradition. The website contains news and event listings, camper and parent resources, and information about renting their facilities.

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Subject:   Camps |x Massachusetts. Jewish Children |z United States.

Title: Coalition of Labor Union Women

URL: http://cluw.tumblr.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: Formed in 1974, Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) is a nonpartisan organization whose primary 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. With members from 54 international and national unions across the U.S. and Canada, CLUW has a network of more than 40 chapters. CLUW is endorsed by the AFL-CIO and its international and national unions.

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Subject:   Coalition of Labor Union Women. Women labor union members--United States. Women labor union leaders--United States. Employee rights--United States.

Title: Eugene V. Debs Foundation

URL: http://debsfoundation.org/index.html

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Eugene V. Debs Foundation was founded in 1962 to preserve the Debs home and open it as a museum for the public, as well as act as a repository for Debs’ papers and other artifacts. The Foundation also administers an award yearly to an individual that embodies “the spirit of progressivism, humanitarianism, and social criticism by Eugene V. Debs.” The website also contains their biannual newsletter, a biography of Debs, information about the museum, and their essay contest.

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Subject:   Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926--Museums. Socialists--United States.

Title: Labor Upfront Newsletter

URL: http://feeds.feedburner.com/CpLaborCommission

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: Labor Upfront Newsletter is the online publication of the Labor Commission of the Communist Party, USA, which directs the Party's work in the labor movement.

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Subject:   Communist Party of the United States of A merica. Labor Commission. Labor unions and communism--United States. Communism--United States.

Title: Green Party of the United States

URL: http://greenpapers.net/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: The Green Party of the United States is a federation of state Green Parties. It was formed in 2001 as a successor to the older Association of State Green Parties (1996-2001). The Green Party is affiliated with the European Federation of Green Parties and the Federation of Green Parties of the Americas. The Green Party’s goals include environmentalism, non-hierarchical participatory democracy, social justice, and respect for diversity, peace and nonviolence. The website contains news, election results, and organizational information.

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Subject:   Green Party of the United States. Greens/Green Party USA. Green movement--United States. Third parties (United States politics)

Title: Green Party of the United States

URL: http://greenpapers.net/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: The Green Party of the United States is a federation of state Green Parties. It was formed in 2001 as a successor to the older Association of State Green Parties (1996-2001). The Green Party is affiliated with the European Federation of Green Parties and the Federation of Green Parties of the Americas. The Green Party’s goals include environmentalism, non-hierarchical participatory democracy, social justice, and respect for diversity, peace and nonviolence. The website contains news, election results, and organizational information.

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Subject:   Green Party of the United States. Greens/Green Party USA. Green movement--United States. Third parties (United States politics)

Title: Infoshop.org | Don't Vote, It Only Encourages Them

URL: http://infoshop.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Anarchism

Description: Infoshop.org is an anarchist-oriented online resource of news, opinion and information. The Alternative Media Project is the umbrella nonprofit for Infoshop.org, Practical Anarchy magazine, Breaking Glass press, and several other publishing, journalism, and information dissemination projects. It is based in Shawnee, Kansas.

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Subject:   Anarchism--United States--Periodicals. Anarchism--United States--Publishers and publishing. Online information services--United States.

Title: Autonomedia

URL: http://interactivist.autonomedia.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Alternative Mass Media / News Web Sites

Description: Founded in 1984, Autonomedia is a North American publisher of radical theoretical works, especially in the anarchist tradition. Autonomedia publishes books on topics such as anarchism, Marxist works, cyberfeminism, drug literature, turn of the 21st century queer individualist anarchist novels, and other works. They are known for publishing the "Autonomedia Calendar of Jubilee Saints," in which every day of the calendar recalls a deceased person of some significance to progressive movements or thought. They also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books that they publish.

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Subject:   Autonomedia. Alternative mass media--United States. Small presses--United States. Artists--Political activity--United States. Art--Political aspects--United States.

Title: International Socialist Organization

URL: http://isreview.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The International Socialist Organization (U.S.), founded 1969, is a Trotskyist organization, and publishes Labor Notes, a national voice for progressive rank and file unionists (http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw1862bf8f), the Socialist Worker and the International Socialist Review. Members are involved in helping to build a number of struggles: the movement to stop the war on Iraq, fights against racism and anti-immigrant scapegoating, the struggle for women's rights like the right to choose abortion, opposing anti-gay bigotry, and standing up for workers' rights. The website contains links to their publications, information on their branches, resources for socialists, and other materials.

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Subject:   Trotskyism Socialism Communism

Title: Labor Upfront Newsletter

URL: http://laborupfront.blogspot.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: Labor Upfront Newsletter is the online publication of the Labor Commission of the Communist Party, USA, which directs the Party's work in the labor movement.

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Subject:   Communist Party of the United States of A merica. Labor Commission. Labor unions and communism--United States. Communism--United States.

Title: American Library Association. Social Responsibilities Round Table

URL: http://libr.org/srrt/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: Since 1969, the American Library Association's (ALA) Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT) has worked to make the ALA more democratic and establish progressive policies for the ALA and the librarian profession. SRRT maintains task forces, three listservs, and publishes a newsletter.

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Subject:   Librarians--Political activity--United States. Freedom of information. Libraries and society.

Title: Living Liberally

URL: http://livingliberally.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: Living Liberally, founded in 2003 by David Alpert and Justin Krebs, provides an entrance into progressive involvement, using social interaction to promote political action. Living Liberally is built upon networks of local gatherings. These projects include: Drinking Liberally, a national network of social clubs; Laughing Liberally, a political comedy project; Screening Liberally, a politically-conscious film series; and Reading Liberally, a book tour of progressive authors.

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Subject:   Living Liberally. Liberalism--United States. Liberals--Social networks--United States. Progressivism--United States. Progressives--Social networks--United States. Online social networks--United States. Social networks--United States.

Title: Make Wall Street Pay

URL: http://makewallstreetpay.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: Make Wall Street Pay is a campaign supported by National People Action. The campaign gives Americans the means to air grievances toward corporate banks and calls for banks to pay their fair share. The website contains “bills” sent by users posted to the website addressed to the banks.

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Subject:   Social responsibility in banking. Distributive justice.

Title: National Organization of Legal Services Workers (NOLSW), UAW Local 2320

URL: http://nolsw.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The National Organization of Legal Services Workers (NOLSW), UAW Local 2320, represents the majority of those who work in federally-funded legal services programs across the United States. The local also represents workers in other types of law offices, various human services programs and other agencies. The website includes new listings, strike listings, meeting information, and other information.

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Subject:   Legal services--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: National Organization of Legal Services Workers (NOLSW), UAW Local 2320

URL: http://nolsw.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The National Organization of Legal Services Workers (NOLSW), UAW Local 2320, represents the majority of those who work in federally-funded legal services programs across the United States. The local also represents workers in other types of law offices, various human services programs and other agencies. The website includes new listings, strike listings, meeting information, and other information.

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Subject:   Legal services--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: Occupy Wall Street Media, "Occupied Wall Street Journal"

URL: http://occupiedmedia.us

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: The Occupied Wall Street Journal is a print and online newspaper produced by an affinity group of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The website contains news regarding the movement, analysis, and human interest pieces regarding the movement. The first newspaper was published in October 2011.

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Subject:   Occupy Wall Street (Movement) Distributive Justice. Financial sector of the American economy. Social responsibility of business. Wall street journal.

Title: Occupy Wall Street Media, "Occupied Wall Street Journal"

URL: http://occupiedwallstjournal.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: The Occupied Wall Street Journal is a print and online newspaper produced by an affinity group of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The website contains news regarding the movement, analysis, and human interest pieces regarding the movement. The first newspaper was published in October 2011.

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Subject:   Occupy Wall Street (Movement) Distributive Justice. Financial sector of the American economy. Social responsibility of business. Wall street journal.

Title: OccupyWriters.com

URL: http://occupywriters.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: Occupy Writers is a collection of writings by writers who support the Occupy Movement. The website contains short writings on observations, analysis, poetry, and prose on the occupy movement. The website links the names of writers and their writings contributed to the site.

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Subject:   Occupy Wall Street (Movement) Distributive Justice. Financial sector of the American economy. Social responsibility of business. Authors--Political activity. Petitions.

Title: Radical Art Caucus

URL: http://radart.squarespace.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Arts and Cultural Left

Description: The Radical Art Caucus’ (RAC) primary mission is the promotion of art and art historical scholarship that addresses problems of oppression and possibilities for resistance. RAC seeks to provide an intellectual and professional environment for the discussion of labor and social justice issues specifically related to contemporary practices of art and art history.

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Subject:   Art--Political aspects. Art historians--political activity. Art historians--Societies, etc.

Title: Radical Art Caucus

URL: http://radicalartcaucus.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Arts and Cultural Left

Description: The Radical Art Caucus’ (RAC) primary mission is the promotion of art and art historical scholarship that addresses problems of oppression and possibilities for resistance. RAC seeks to provide an intellectual and professional environment for the discussion of labor and social justice issues specifically related to contemporary practices of art and art history.

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Subject:   Art--Political aspects. Art historians--political activity. Art historians--Societies, etc.

Title: Radicals at Work

URL: http://radicalsatwork.org/node

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: Radicals at Work is a network of young activists and radicals involved in workers’ movements. The network works to build a stronger movement from the bottom-up. The website informs and educates on issues in the workers’ movement. The website has not been updated since mid-2010.

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Subject:   Labor movement--United States--Blogs Labor movement--United States--electronic discussion groups

Title: Revolution: Voice of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, Revolutionary Communist Party, USA

URL: http://revcom.us/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: This is the official website for Revolution newspaper, voice of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA [A Maoist- inspired organization whose Chairperson is Bob Avakian]. This site was subsumed under the Revolutionary Communist Party website in early 2013. The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA is a Maoist organization inspired by the Chinese Cultural Revolution of the late 1960s-early 1970s. Its long-time leader is Bob Avakian. The website contains issues of their newspaper, Revolution, the Revolutionary Communist Party’s platform, works and a biography of Avakian, and other publications and reports.

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Subject:   Maoism--United States--Electronic newspapers Avakian, Bob Avakian, Bob. Revolutionary Communist Party, USA. Communism--United States. Maoism--United States.

Title: Lazar, Ernie

URL: http://sites.google.com/site/ernie124102/foia

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: This website contains the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests Ernie Lazar requested from the FBI and other agencies. He has requested over 8900 FOIA requests totaling over 600,000 pages. Lazar is particularly interested in documents related to the John Birch Society and organizations and individuals recommended by the society. Organizations include the American Association for the United Nations, American Civil Liberties Union, Americans For Democratic Action, American Friends Service Committee, Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, Council on Foreign Relations, CORE, Foreign Policy Association, Highlander Folk School, League of Women Voters, NAACP, National Committee For A Sane Nuclear Policy, National Council of Churches, National Education Association, National Student Association, National Urban League, United World Federalists, UNESCO, UNICEF. Lazar also collects FOIA requests related to the Communist Party USA. The website contains his research based on the requests.

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Subject:   Right and left (Political Science) Communism Anti-communist movements John Birch Society Domestic intelligence

Title: Lazar, Ernie

URL: http://sites.google.com/site/ernie124102/home

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: This website contains the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests Ernie Lazar requested from the FBI and other agencies. He has requested over 8900 FOIA requests totaling over 600,000 pages. Lazar is particularly interested in documents related to the John Birch Society and organizations and individuals recommended by the society. Organizations include the American Association for the United Nations, American Civil Liberties Union, Americans For Democratic Action, American Friends Service Committee, Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, Council on Foreign Relations, CORE, Foreign Policy Association, Highlander Folk School, League of Women Voters, NAACP, National Committee For A Sane Nuclear Policy, National Council of Churches, National Education Association, National Student Association, National Urban League, United World Federalists, UNESCO, UNICEF. Lazar also collects FOIA requests related to the Communist Party USA. The website contains his research based on the requests.

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Subject:   Right and left (Political Science) Communism Anti-communist movements John Birch Society Domestic intelligence

Title: Autonomedia

URL: http://slash.autonomedia.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Alternative Mass Media / News Web Sites

Description: Founded in 1984, Autonomedia is a North American publisher of radical theoretical works, especially in the anarchist tradition. Autonomedia publishes books on topics such as anarchism, Marxist works, cyberfeminism, drug literature, turn of the 21st century queer individualist anarchist novels, and other works. They are known for publishing the "Autonomedia Calendar of Jubilee Saints," in which every day of the calendar recalls a deceased person of some significance to progressive movements or thought. They also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books that they publish.

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Subject:   Autonomedia. Alternative mass media--United States. Small presses--United States. Artists--Political activity--United States. Art--Political aspects--United States.

Title: Autonomedia

URL: http://slash.interactivist.net/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Alternative Mass Media / News Web Sites

Description: Founded in 1984, Autonomedia is a North American publisher of radical theoretical works, especially in the anarchist tradition. Autonomedia publishes books on topics such as anarchism, Marxist works, cyberfeminism, drug literature, turn of the 21st century queer individualist anarchist novels, and other works. They are known for publishing the "Autonomedia Calendar of Jubilee Saints," in which every day of the calendar recalls a deceased person of some significance to progressive movements or thought. They also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books that they publish.

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Subject:   Autonomedia. Alternative mass media--United States. Small presses--United States. Artists--Political activity--United States. Art--Political aspects--United States.

Title: Students for a New American Politics

URL: http://snappac.org/snapblog/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Education and Student movements

Description: Students for a New American Politics (SNAP) is a student-run political action committee, founded in 2005. The mission of SNAP is to elect progressive candidates and train students to become progressive leaders in the future. The organization trains college students, recent graduates, and college-age youth to serve as SNAP Fellows, full-time field organizers for Congressional candidates.

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Subject:   Students--Political activity--United States Political action committees--United States

Title: SocialDemocratsUSA.org

URL: http://socialdemocratsusa.blogspot.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: Social Democrats USA (SDUSA) is a direct descendent of the Socialist Party USA., founded in 1972. The website archived is the website for the re-foundation of the party following the death of Penn Kemble in 2005. The organization was officially re-formed at a conference in 2009. Their aim was to form a center-left party that could win local elections. The website ceased to update in 2011.

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Subject:   Socialism |z United States.

Title: Socialist Party USA

URL: http://socialistwebzine.blogspot.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Socialist Party USA, established 1973, is a descendant of the Socialist Party (U.S.), founded in 1901, and strives to establish a radical democracy that places people's lives under their own control and advocates for a non-racist, classless, feminist socialist society. The Socialist Party fights for progressive changes compatible with a socialist future. They support militant working class struggles and electoral action, independent of the capitalist controlled two-party system, to present socialist alternatives. The website contains more information on their platform, their party publication, The Socialist, event listings, organizing assistance, and electoral action.

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Subject:   Socialist Party of the United States of America. Socialism--United States.

Title: American Library Association. Social Responsibilities Round Table

URL: http://srrt40.wikispaces.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: Since 1969, the American Library Association's (ALA) Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT) has worked to make the ALA more democratic and establish progressive policies for the ALA and the librarian profession. SRRT maintains task forces, three listservs, and publishes a newsletter.

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Subject:   Librarians--Political activity--United States. Freedom of information. Libraries and society.

Title: Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC)

URL: http://supportfloc.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Farm Labor Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO, (FLOC), founded in 1967, is a labor union representing migrant farm workers in the Midwestern United States and North Carolina.

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Subject:   Agricultural laborers--Labor unions--United States. Hispanic American agricultural laborers.

Title: Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC)

URL: http://supportfloc.org/default.aspx

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Farm Labor Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO, (FLOC), founded in 1967, is a labor union representing migrant farm workers in the Midwestern United States and North Carolina.

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Subject:   Agricultural laborers--Labor unions--United States. Hispanic American agricultural laborers.

Title: Young Democratic Socialists

URL: http://theactivist.org/blog/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: Young Democratic Socialists (YDS) is the youth affiliate of the Democratic Socialists of America, founded in 1983. YDS organizes on college campuses to fight for the immediate needs of workers and students, while building the capacity to fight for more radical and structural changes in the long term. The website contains information on their student chapters, their coordinating committee, current platforms, which include student debt relief and labor solidarity, news and multimedia, and their blog, the Activist.

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Subject:   Young Democratic Socialists. Socialism and youth--United States.

Title: Occupy Wall Street Review

URL: http://theowsreview.wordpress.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: The Occupy Wall Street Review is the literary review of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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Subject:   Occupy Wall Street (Movement) |x Periodicals.

Title: United for Peace and Justice

URL: http://unitedforpeace.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: United for Peace and Justice, founded in 2002, is a coalition of more than 1400 local and national groups that organizes opposition to U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, against nuclear weapons, and for economic and social justice. The website contains action alerts, news listings, event listings, and other resources.

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Subject:   United for Peace and Justice (Organization) Iraq War, 2003--Protest movements--United States. Peace movements--United States.

Title: Socialist Party USA

URL: http://vote-socialist.blogspot.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Socialist Party USA, established 1973, is a descendant of the Socialist Party (U.S.), founded in 1901, and strives to establish a radical democracy that places people's lives under their own control and advocates for a non-racist, classless, feminist socialist society. The Socialist Party fights for progressive changes compatible with a socialist future. They support militant working class struggles and electoral action, independent of the capitalist controlled two-party system, to present socialist alternatives. The website contains more information on their platform, their party publication, The Socialist, event listings, organizing assistance, and electoral action.

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Subject:   Socialist Party of the United States of America. Socialism--United States.

Title: Transport Workers Union of America

URL: http://workersrights.twu.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Transport Workers Union of America (TWU) is a labor union that was founded in 1934 by subway workers in New York City. The TWU has four divisions: Railroad; Gaming; Airline; Transit; and Utility, University and Service. The Union has 114 autonomous locals representing over 200,000 members and retirees in 22 states around the country. The TWU is a member of the AFL-CIO and the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF). The website includes a blog, blogs related to different industries within the union, their political action committee, Committee On Political Education (COPE), their publications, TWU Express and ATD Insider, reports, conference materials, and images.

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Subject:   Transport Workers Union of America. Transport workers--Labor unions--United States.

Title: ACORN

URL: http://www.acorn.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), formed in 1970, was a collection of community-based organizations in the United States that advocated for low- and moderate-income families by working on neighborhood safety, voter registration, health care, affordable housing, and other social issues. In 2010, ACORN filed Chapter 7 liquidation and closed the organization. The organization consisted of 400,000 member families organized into more than 1,200 neighborhood chapters in 110 cities across the country.organizations that are committed to social and economic justice, and won victories on thousands of issues of concern to our members, through direct action, negotiation, legislative advocacy and voter participation. ACORN helps those who have historically been locked out become powerful players in our democratic system.

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Subject:   ACORN (Organization) Community organization--United States.

Title: actors equity daily, Actors' Equity Association

URL: http://www.actorsequity.org/home.asp

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: Actors' Equity Association ("AEA" or "Equity"), founded in 1913, is the labor union that represents more than 48,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions and provides a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans, for its members. Actors' Equity is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. The website contains their newsletter, Equity News, news listings, member benefits, agreements, election information, and meeting listings.

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Subject:   Actors--Labor unions--United States. Stage managers--Labor unions--United States.

Title: American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)

URL: http://www.afge.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), founded in 1932, is an American labor union representing over 600,000 employees of the federal government, about 5,000 employees of the District of Columbia, and a few hundred private sector employees, mostly in and around federal facilities. Workers in many functions of government at every federal agency depend upon AFGE for legal representation, legislative advocacy, technical expertise and informational services. It is affiliated with the AFL-CIO.

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Subject:   Collective bargaining--Government employees--United States. American Federation of Government Employees

Title: American Friends Service Committee Prison Watch

URL: http://www.afsc.org/nymetro/criminalJustice/prisonwatch.htm

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

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Subject:   Prisoners--Civil rights--United States. Prisons--United States.

Title: American Federation of Teachers (AFT)

URL: http://www.aft.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The American Federation of Teachers (AFT), founded in 1916, represents the economic, social and professional interests of classroom teachers. It is an affiliated international union of the AFL-CIO. The AFT has more than 3,000 local affiliates nationwide, 43 state affiliates, and more than 1.5 million members. Five divisions within the organization represent the broad spectrum of AFT's membership: teachers; paraprofessionals and school-related personnel (PSRP); local, state and federal employees; higher education faculty and staff; and nurses and other healthcare professionals. In addition, the union includes more than 170,000 retiree members.

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Videos: 142 Videos Captured

Subject:   Teachers' unions--United States.

Title: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA)

URL: http://www.aftra.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), founded in 1937, is a national labor union representing performers, journalists and other artists working in the entertainment and news media. AFTRA's scope of representation covers broadcast, public and cable television, radio, sound recordings, “non-broadcast” and industrial material, as well as Internet and digital programming. AFTRA advocates on legislative and public policy issues that directly affect members’ wages and working conditions. This includes lobbying and support for such issues as ownership consolidation in the broadcast industry, Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations, copyright and performance rights issues, “non-compete” restrictions, OSHA and local safety regulations, and more. AFTRA also represents artists and journalists in judicial proceedings, often as amicus, and before the U.S. Copyright Office. In 2012, AFTRA merged with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) to form SAGAFTRA.

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Subject:   American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Television broadcasting--Employees--Labor Unions--United States. Radio broadcasting--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA)

URL: http://www.aftra.com/aftra/aftra.htm

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), founded in 1937, is a national labor union representing performers, journalists and other artists working in the entertainment and news media. AFTRA's scope of representation covers broadcast, public and cable television, radio, sound recordings, “non-broadcast” and industrial material, as well as Internet and digital programming. AFTRA advocates on legislative and public policy issues that directly affect members’ wages and working conditions. This includes lobbying and support for such issues as ownership consolidation in the broadcast industry, Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations, copyright and performance rights issues, “non-compete” restrictions, OSHA and local safety regulations, and more. AFTRA also represents artists and journalists in judicial proceedings, often as amicus, and before the U.S. Copyright Office. In 2012, AFTRA merged with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) to form SAGAFTRA.

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Subject:   American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Television broadcasting--Employees--Labor Unions--United States. Radio broadcasting--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA)

URL: http://www.aftra.com/home.htm

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), founded in 1937, is a national labor union representing performers, journalists and other artists working in the entertainment and news media. AFTRA's scope of representation covers broadcast, public and cable television, radio, sound recordings, “non-broadcast” and industrial material, as well as Internet and digital programming. AFTRA advocates on legislative and public policy issues that directly affect members’ wages and working conditions. This includes lobbying and support for such issues as ownership consolidation in the broadcast industry, Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations, copyright and performance rights issues, “non-compete” restrictions, OSHA and local safety regulations, and more. AFTRA also represents artists and journalists in judicial proceedings, often as amicus, and before the U.S. Copyright Office. In 2012, AFTRA merged with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) to form SAGAFTRA.

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Subject:   American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Television broadcasting--Employees--Labor Unions--United States. Radio broadcasting--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: American Postal Workers Union (APWU)

URL: http://www.apwu.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The American Postal Workers Union (APWU), formed in 1971, represents more than 220,000 United States Postal Service employees and retirees, and nearly 2,000 private-sector mail workers. It represents employees of the United States Postal Service who are clerks, maintenance employees, and motor vehicle service workers. APWU works for decent pay, benefits, and safe working conditions for workers they represent. The APWU is a Union Network International and AFL-CIO affiliate.

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Subject:   Postal service employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: American Postal Workers Union (APWU)

URL: http://www.apwu.org/index2.htm

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The American Postal Workers Union (APWU), formed in 1971, represents more than 220,000 United States Postal Service employees and retirees, and nearly 2,000 private-sector mail workers. It represents employees of the United States Postal Service who are clerks, maintenance employees, and motor vehicle service workers. APWU works for decent pay, benefits, and safe working conditions for workers they represent. The APWU is a Union Network International and AFL-CIO affiliate.

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Subject:   Postal service employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: Autonomedia

URL: http://www.autonomedia.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Alternative Mass Media / News Web Sites

Description: Founded in 1984, Autonomedia is a North American publisher of radical theoretical works, especially in the anarchist tradition. Autonomedia publishes books on topics such as anarchism, Marxist works, cyberfeminism, drug literature, turn of the 21st century queer individualist anarchist novels, and other works. They are known for publishing the "Autonomedia Calendar of Jubilee Saints," in which every day of the calendar recalls a deceased person of some significance to progressive movements or thought. They also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books that they publish.

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Subject:   Autonomedia. Alternative mass media--United States. Small presses--United States. Artists--Political activity--United States. Art--Political aspects--United States.

Title: Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM)

URL: http://www.bctgm.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers' International Union (BCTGM) is a labor union in the United States and Canada with a membership of 100,000. The union includes workers in bakeries, candy, cereal, sugar, grain mills, tobacco plants, food processing and manufacturing facilities and other related occupations related to these industries. The union traces its history to the founding of the Journeymen Bakers Union in 1886. The contemporary BCTGM was formed in January, 1999 from the merger of the Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers' International Union and the American Federation of Grain Millers. The BCTGM is affiliated with the AFL-CIO, the Canadian Labour Congress and the International Union of Food Workers (IUF).

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Videos: 69 Videos Captured

Subject:   Bakery employees--Labor unions--United States. Tobacco workers---Labor unions--United States.

Title: Blackout Arts Collective

URL: http://www.blackoutartscollective.com/about.html

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: Blackout Arts Collective (BAC), founded 1997 in New York, is a grassroots coalition of artists, activists and educators working to empower communities of color through the arts.

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Subject:   Blackout Arts Collective. Art-Political aspects--United States. Artists--Political activity--United States.

Title: Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS)

URL: http://www.brs.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, founded in 1901, represents nearly 9,500 signal employees on both the freight railroads and the passenger and commuter railroads across the United States and into Canada. The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen is affiliated with the AFL-CIO and the Transportation Trades Department.

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Subject:   Railroads--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS)

URL: http://www.brs.org/home.htm

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, founded in 1901, represents nearly 9,500 signal employees on both the freight railroads and the passenger and commuter railroads across the United States and into Canada. The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen is affiliated with the AFL-CIO and the Transportation Trades Department.

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Subject:   Railroads--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS)

URL: http://www.brs.org/index.htm

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, founded in 1901, represents nearly 9,500 signal employees on both the freight railroads and the passenger and commuter railroads across the United States and into Canada. The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen is affiliated with the AFL-CIO and the Transportation Trades Department.

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Subject:   Railroads--Employees--Labor unions--United States.

Title: Coalition of Black Trade Unionists

URL: http://www.cbtu.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), founded in 1972, consists of members from seventy-seven international and national unions with fifty chapters across the country. It is the independent voice of black workers within the trade union movement, challenging organized labor to be more relevant to the needs and aspirations of black and poor workers.

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Videos: 13 Videos Captured

Subject:   African American labor union members. African American labor union leaders.

Title: Children's Defense Fund

URL: http://www.childrensdefense.org/site/PageServer

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Anarchism

Description: The Children's Defense Fund (CDF), founded in 1973, is a non-profit child advocacy organization that has worked relentlessly for 35 years to ensure a level playing field for all children. We champion policies and programs that lift children out of poverty; protect them from abuse and neglect; and ensure their access to health care, quality education, and a moral and spiritual foundation. Supported by foundation and corporate grants and individual donations, CDF advocates nationwide on behalf of children to ensure children are always a priority.

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Subject:   Children's Defense Fund (U.S.) Children's rights--United States. Children--United States--Social conditions.

Title: Coalition of Labor Union Women

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

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: Formed in 1974, Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) is a nonpartisan organization whose primary 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. With members from 54 international and national unions across the U.S. and Canada, CLUW has a network of more than 40 chapters. CLUW is endorsed by the AFL-CIO and its international and national unions.

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Videos: 11 Videos Captured

Subject:   Coalition of Labor Union Women. Women labor union members--United States. Women labor union leaders--United States. Employee rights--United States.

Title: Communist Party USA weekly capture, Communist Party USA

URL: http://www.cpusa.org

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) is a Marxist-Leninist political organization that was founded in Chicago in 1919. The CPUSA played a pivotal role in many significant political and social movements of the 20th century. Its Party platform focused largely on working class issues such as fair wages and unemployment, civil rights for racial and ethnic minorities, civil liberties for politically persecuted communities, economic justice for the poor, the unemployed and for immigrants, and international peace efforts. The Party’s work left an indelible mark in the arena of progressive politics and made it an influential force in the labor movement, particularly from the 1920s to the 1940s. Its varied political, social, and cultural initiatives attracted the support of a number of prominent artists, intellectuals, and activists, including Woody Guthrie, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Angela Davis. Though the CPUSA’s strength and size declined sharply following World War II and the advent of the Cold War and McCarthyism, it remains committed to socialism, peace, economic and social justice, and civil rights and liberties. Today, the CPUSA continues its struggle for socialism, peace, and social and economic justice, and publishes a newspaper, the People’s Weekly World (http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw11834j9g), a monthly journal, Political Affairs (http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw1r49hs90), and through its Labor Commission, the online periodical Labor Upfront (captured here: http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/spec:0000000z7). The website contains a blog, event listings, action alerts, and other writings.

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Subject:   Communist Party of the United States of America. Communism--United States. Communists--United States.

Title: Communist Party USA

URL: http://www.cpusa.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) is a Marxist-Leninist political organization that was founded in Chicago in 1919. The CPUSA played a pivotal role in many significant political and social movements of the 20th century. Its Party platform focused largely on working class issues such as fair wages and unemployment, civil rights for racial and ethnic minorities, civil liberties for politically persecuted communities, economic justice for the poor, the unemployed and for immigrants, and international peace efforts. The Party’s work left an indelible mark in the arena of progressive politics and made it an influential force in the labor movement, particularly from the 1920s to the 1940s. Its varied political, social, and cultural initiatives attracted the support of a number of prominent artists, intellectuals, and activists, including Woody Guthrie, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Angela Davis. Though the CPUSA’s strength and size declined sharply following World War II and the advent of the Cold War and McCarthyism, it remains committed to socialism, peace, economic and social justice, and civil rights and liberties. Today, the CPUSA continues its struggle for socialism, peace, and social and economic justice, and publishes a newspaper, the People’s Weekly World (http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw11834j9g), a monthly journal, Political Affairs (http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw1r49hs90), and through its Labor Commission, the online periodical Labor Upfront (captured here: http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/spec:0000000z7). The website contains a blog, event listings, action alerts, and other writings.

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Videos: 111 Videos Captured

Subject:   Communist Party of the United States of America. Communism--United States. Communists--United States.

Title: Communist Party USA

URL: http://www.cpusa.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communist Party, USA

Description: The Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) is a Marxist-Leninist political organization that was founded in Chicago in 1919. The CPUSA played a pivotal role in many significant political and social movements of the 20th century. Its Party platform focused largely on working class issues such as fair wages and unemployment, civil rights for racial and ethnic minorities, civil liberties for politically persecuted communities, economic justice for the poor, the unemployed and for immigrants, and international peace efforts. The Party’s work left an indelible mark in the arena of progressive politics and made it an influential force in the labor movement, particularly from the 1920s to the 1940s. Its varied political, social, and cultural initiatives attracted the support of a number of prominent artists, intellectuals, and activists, including Woody Guthrie, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Angela Davis. Though the CPUSA’s strength and size declined sharply following World War II and the advent of the Cold War and McCarthyism, it remains committed to socialism, peace, economic and social justice, and civil rights and liberties. Today, the CPUSA continues its struggle for socialism, peace, and social and economic justice, and publishes a newspaper, the People’s Weekly World (http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw11834j9g), a monthly journal, Political Affairs (http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw1r49hs90), and through its Labor Commission, the online periodical Labor Upfront (captured here: http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/spec:0000000z7). The website contains a blog, event listings, action alerts, and other writings.

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Videos: 1374 Videos Captured

Subject:   Communism--United States. Communists--United States.

Title: Kunstler, William

URL: http://www.disturbingtheuniverse.com/index.html

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: This is the website of the film, Disturbing the Universe, created Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler, which explores the life of their father, William Kunstler, who was a radical civil rights lawyer. In the 1960s and 70s, Kunstler fought for civil rights with Martin Luther King Jr. and represented the famed “Chicago 8” activists who protested the Vietnam War. The website contains information on the film. It was last updated in 2010.

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Subject:   Kunstler, William M. (William Moses), 1919-1995--in motion pictures. Lawyers--Political activity--United States. Kunstler, Sarah.

Title: Democratic Socialists of America

URL: http://www.dsausa.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) was founded in 1983 as the result of the Merger of the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, founded in 1973 by Michael Harrington (1928-1989). He led the DSA until his death, and the New American Movement, a New Left organization founded in the early 1970s. DSA is affiliated with the Socialist International. The party’s platform calls for reforms that weaken the influence of corporations in politics and give more power to working people. The website contains information on their campaigns and programs, which include student debt alleviation, immigrant rights, and the protection of social programs. The website also contains meeting minutes, chapter information, their publication, Democratic Left, their blog, Talking Union, their scholarship fund, and event listings.

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Videos: 61 Videos Captured

Subject:   Harrington, Michael, 1928-1989 Democratic Socialists of America. Socialism--United States.

Title: Democratic Socialists of America

URL: http://www.dsausa.org/dsa.html

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) was founded in 1983 as the result of the Merger of the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, founded in 1973 by Michael Harrington (1928-1989). He led the DSA until his death, and the New American Movement, a New Left organization founded in the early 1970s. DSA is affiliated with the Socialist International. The party’s platform calls for reforms that weaken the influence of corporations in politics and give more power to working people. The website contains information on their campaigns and programs, which include student debt alleviation, immigrant rights, and the protection of social programs. The website also contains meeting minutes, chapter information, their publication, Democratic Left, their blog, Talking Union, their scholarship fund, and event listings.

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Subject:   Harrington, Michael, 1928-1989 Democratic Socialists of America. Socialism--United States.

Title: EPIC Education for Peace in Iraq Center

URL: http://www.epic-usa.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: Since 1998, EPIC: Promoting a Free & Secure Iraq has worked to improve human rights and humanitarian conditions in Iraq. Today, EPIC works through educational programs and advocacy initiatives to stabilize Iraq by supporting Iraqi efforts to advance peace and development on the ground. Iraqis have long suffered under repression, conflict and international isolation. Now they are enduring escalating political violence, lawlessness, social upheaval, and the loss of jobs and homes. More than five years after the arrival of U.S. and coalition forces, the war in Iraq has become the deadliest conflict in the 21st Century. EPIC works to bring an end to the violence. Through national media and direct advocacy, we are reaching public officials and their constituents throughout the United States, increasing pressure on Washington to find a better way forward in Iraq and ensuring that the needs and concerns of the Iraqi people remain at the center of the debate. EPIC also works to educate concerned citizens about organizations and community-based initiatives in Iraq that are bringing desperately needed relief and development to tens of millions of people affected by the war.

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Subject:   EPIC Education for Peace in Iraq Center. Iraq War, 2003- --Civilian relief. Iraq--Social conditions.

Title: Eugene V. Debs Foundation

URL: http://www.eugenevdebs.com/index.html

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Eugene V. Debs Foundation was founded in 1962 to preserve the Debs home and open it as a museum for the public, as well as act as a repository for Debs’ papers and other artifacts. The Foundation also administers an award yearly to an individual that embodies “the spirit of progressivism, humanitarianism, and social criticism by Eugene V. Debs.” The website also contains their biannual newsletter, a biography of Debs, information about the museum, and their essay contest.

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Subject:   Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926--Museums. Socialists--United States.

Title: Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting

URL: http://www.fair.org/blog/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Alternative Mass Media / News Web Sites

Description: FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting), a national media watch group, has been offering criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986. FAIR advocates greater diversity in the press, structural reform in the media, and works to expose neglected news stories. FAIR publishes Extra!, a magazine of media criticism, and produces the weekly radio program CounterSpin. In addition, they have a listserv through which they distribute regular action alerts to their international network of activists.

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Subject:   Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (Organization) Mass media criticism--United States. Alternative mass media--United States.

Title: Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting

URL: http://www.fair.org/index.php

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Alternative Mass Media / News Web Sites

Description: FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting), a national media watch group, has been offering criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986. FAIR advocates greater diversity in the press, structural reform in the media, and works to expose neglected news stories. FAIR publishes Extra!, a magazine of media criticism, and produces the weekly radio program CounterSpin. In addition, they have a listserv through which they distribute regular action alerts to their international network of activists.

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Subject:   Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (Organization) Mass media criticism--United States. Alternative mass media--United States.

Title: Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC)

URL: http://www.floc.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Farm Labor Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO, (FLOC), founded in 1967, is a labor union representing migrant farm workers in the Midwestern United States and North Carolina.

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Subject:   Agricultural laborers--Labor unions--United States. Hispanic American agricultural laborers.

Title: Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC)

URL: http://www.floc.com/wordpress/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Farm Labor Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO, (FLOC), founded in 1967, is a labor union representing migrant farm workers in the Midwestern United States and North Carolina.

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Videos: 61 Videos Captured

Subject:   Agricultural laborers--Labor unions--United States. Hispanic American agricultural laborers.

Title: Green Party of the United States

URL: http://www.gp.org

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: The Green Party of the United States is a federation of state Green Parties. It was formed in 2001 as a successor to the older Association of State Green Parties (1996-2001). The Green Party is affiliated with the European Federation of Green Parties and the Federation of Green Parties of the Americas. The Green Party’s goals include environmentalism, non-hierarchical participatory democracy, social justice, and respect for diversity, peace and nonviolence. The website contains news, election results, and organizational information.

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Subject:   Green Party of the United States. Greens/Green Party USA. Green movement--United States. Third parties (United States politics)

Title: Green Party of the United States

URL: http://www.gp.org/index.php

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: The Green Party of the United States is a federation of state Green Parties. It was formed in 2001 as a successor to the older Association of State Green Parties (1996-2001). The Green Party is affiliated with the European Federation of Green Parties and the Federation of Green Parties of the Americas. The Green Party’s goals include environmentalism, non-hierarchical participatory democracy, social justice, and respect for diversity, peace and nonviolence. The website contains news, election results, and organizational information.

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Subject:   Green Party of the United States. Greens/Green Party USA. Green movement--United States. Third parties (United States politics)

Title: Guerrilla Girls

URL: http://www.guerrillagirls.com/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: Guerrilla Girls are an anonymous group of feminists devoted to fighting against sexism within the visual fine art world. Started in New York City in 1985 to protest gender and racial inequality in the art world, members are known for the gorilla masks they wear to keep their anonymity, as well as for taking pseudonyms of dead women artists. The website lists their art projects, videos, lectures and appearances, exhibitions, and action projects.

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Subject:   Guerrilla Girls (Group of artists) Women artists--Political activity--United States. Art--Political aspects.

Title: Immigrant Solidarity Network

URL: http://www.immigrantsolidarity.org

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: The National Immigrant Solidarity Network (NISN) is a coalition of immigrant rights, labor, human rights, religious, and student activist organizations from across the United States. The network organizes action and letter-writing campaigns and publishes immigration related news and organizes conferences and mobilizations.

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Subject:   Immigrant Solidarity Network. Immigrants--Civil rights--United States. Immigrants--Civil rights--New York (State)--New York. Asian Americans--Civil rights.

Title: Immigrant Solidarity Network

URL: http://www.immigrantsolidarity.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: The National Immigrant Solidarity Network (NISN) is a coalition of immigrant rights, labor, human rights, religious, and student activist organizations from across the United States. The network organizes action and letter-writing campaigns and publishes immigration related news and organizes conferences and mobilizations.

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Videos: 1 Videos Captured

Subject:   Immigrant Solidarity Network. Immigrants--Civil rights--United States. Immigrants--Civil rights--New York (State)--New York. Asian Americans--Civil rights.

Title: International Socialist Organization

URL: http://www.internationalsocialist.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The International Socialist Organization (U.S.), founded 1969, is a Trotskyist organization, and publishes Labor Notes, a national voice for progressive rank and file unionists (http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw1862bf8f), the Socialist Worker and the International Socialist Review. Members are involved in helping to build a number of struggles: the movement to stop the war on Iraq, fights against racism and anti-immigrant scapegoating, the struggle for women's rights like the right to choose abortion, opposing anti-gay bigotry, and standing up for workers' rights. The website contains links to their publications, information on their branches, resources for socialists, and other materials.

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Subject:   Trotskyism Socialism Communism

Title: Jewish Labor Committee

URL: http://www.jewishlabor.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Jewish Labor Committee, an independent secular organization, is the voice of the Jewish community in the labor movement and the voice of the labor movement in the Jewish community. The JLC was formed in 1934 by Yiddish-speaking immigrant trade union leaders and leaders of such groups as the Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring, the Jewish Labor Bund, and the United Hebrew Trades, in response to the rise of Nazism in Germany. The JLC enables the Jewish community and the trade union movement to work together on important issues of shared interest and concern, in pursuit of economic and social justice. The website contains activity reports, news listings, and information on chapters.

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Subject:   Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.) Anti-fascist movements--United States. Jewish labor unions--United States. Jews United States--Societies, etc.

Title: Jewish Labor Committee

URL: http://www.jewishlaborcommittee.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The Jewish Labor Committee, an independent secular organization, is the voice of the Jewish community in the labor movement and the voice of the labor movement in the Jewish community. The JLC was formed in 1934 by Yiddish-speaking immigrant trade union leaders and leaders of such groups as the Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring, the Jewish Labor Bund, and the United Hebrew Trades, in response to the rise of Nazism in Germany. The JLC enables the Jewish community and the trade union movement to work together on important issues of shared interest and concern, in pursuit of economic and social justice. The website contains activity reports, news listings, and information on chapters.

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Subject:   Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.) Anti-fascist movements--United States. Jewish labor unions--United States. Jews United States--Societies, etc.

Title: Jobs With Justice

URL: http://www.jwj.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: Jobs with Justice, founded in 1987, is a national network of local coalitions that bring together labor unions, faith groups, community organizations, and student activists who fight for working people through long-term multi-issue coalition building, grassroots base-building, organizing, and strategic militant action. Jobs with Justice coalitions also worked on 127 community campaigns on issues like jobs and the economy, health care, immigrants' rights, global justice, accountable development, and sweat-free ordinances.

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Videos: 62 Videos Captured

Subject:   Jobs With Justice. Community organization--United States. Social justice--United States. Working class--Social conditions--United States. Employment--United States. Unemployment--United States.

Title: Jobs With Justice

URL: http://www.jwjblog.org

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: Jobs with Justice, founded in 1987, is a national network of local coalitions that bring together labor unions, faith groups, community organizations, and student activists who fight for working people through long-term multi-issue coalition building, grassroots base-building, organizing, and strategic militant action. Jobs with Justice coalitions also worked on 127 community campaigns on issues like jobs and the economy, health care, immigrants' rights, global justice, accountable development, and sweat-free ordinances.

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Subject:   Jobs With Justice. Community organization--United States. Social justice--United States. Working class--Social conditions--United States. Employment--United States. Unemployment--United States.

Title: Occupy Wall Street Media, "Occupied Wall Street Journal"

URL: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: The Occupied Wall Street Journal is a print and online newspaper produced by an affinity group of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The website contains news regarding the movement, analysis, and human interest pieces regarding the movement. The first newspaper was published in October 2011.

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Subject:   Occupy Wall Street (Movement) Distributive Justice. Financial sector of the American economy. Social responsibility of business. Wall street journal.

Title: Early American Marxism: A Repository of Source Material, 1864-1946

URL: http://www.marxisthistory.org/subject/usa/eam/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: Early American Marxism is a repository of primary source Marxist materials dating from 1864-1946, collected by Tim Davenport. The website contains a historical background of significant groups established in the United States, including the First International, Language Federations, Socialist Labor Party, Socialist Party, Communist Party, Communist International, and other organizations. The primary resources are arranged by year, and summarized individually by Davenport.

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Subject:   Marxism--United States. Communism--United States. Socicalism--United States. Trotskyism--United States.

Title: American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA)

URL: http://www.musicalartists.org/index.html

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Labor Unions and Organizations (U.S.)

Description: The American Guild of Musical Artists, AFL-CIO (AGMA), founded in 1936, is an American labor union that represents 8,000 current and retired opera singers, ballet and other dancers, opera directors, backstage production personnel at opera and dance companies, and figure skaters. AGMA is a branch of Associated Actors and Artistes of America. The website contains auditions listings, agreements and contracts, news and event listings, and information on meetings and board members.

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Subject:   American Guild of Musical Artists. Performing artists-- labor unions--United States.

Title: Asian American Women s Alliance

URL: http://www.nyu.edu/clubs/aawa

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Education and Student movements

Description: The Asian American Women's Alliance will research, identify, and confer the issues of importance to Asian American Women in the NYU community. We will address issues that are not necessarily dealt with at the Women's Center or various ethnic clubs. We seek to also educate the general student community of issues and concerns that Asian American women face.

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Title: Occupy Wall Street Media, "Occupied Wall Street Journal"

URL: http://www.occupiedmedia.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: The Occupied Wall Street Journal is a print and online newspaper produced by an affinity group of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The website contains news regarding the movement, analysis, and human interest pieces regarding the movement. The first newspaper was published in October 2011.

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Subject:   Occupy Wall Street (Movement) Distributive Justice. Financial sector of the American economy. Social responsibility of business. Wall street journal.

Title: pacifica radio foundation

URL: http://www.pacifica.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: Pacifica Radio is the oldest public radio network in the United States, composed of over 100 affiliated stations and five independently operated, non-commercial, listener-supported radio stations and is known for its progressive political orientation. Many other U.S. and Canadian community radio stations also carry Pacifica on program to program basis. The first public radio network in the United States; it is operated by the Pacifica Foundation, with national headquarters adjoining station KPFA in Berkeley, California. Programs like Democracy Now and Free Speech Radio News are some of its most popular productions. Pacifica was founded in 1946 by pacifist Lewis Hill. During World War II Hill filed for conscientious objector status. After the war Hill and a small group of ex-conscientious-objectors created the Pacifica Foundation. On-air broadcasting at KPFA in Berkeley, California commenced in 1949. The Pacifica Radio Archives, housed at station KPFK in Los Angeles, is the nation's oldest public radio archive, documenting more than five decades of grassroots political, cultural, and performing arts history.

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Subject:   Pacifica Radio Foundation. Alternative mass media--United States. Alternative radio broadcasting--United States. Mass media criticism--United States.

Title: Radical Reference

URL: http://www.radicalreference.info/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Other Left Activism

Description: Radical Reference, launched in 2004, is a collective of library workers that support activist communities, progressive organizations, and independent journalists by providing professional research support, education, and access to information. The website provides reference to activists and independent journalists related to their activities.

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Subject:   Librarians--Political activity--United States. Reference and research services--United States.

Title: Radical Women revolutionary socialist feminism

URL: http://www.radicalwomen.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: Radical Women is an autonomous, all-women's group, affiliated with the Freedom Socialist Party on the basis of mutual respect, solidarity, and shared socialist feminist ideals. Immersed in the daily fight against racism, sexism, homophobia, and labor exploitation, Radical Women views women's leadership as decisive to world revolution and trains women to take their place in the forefront of the struggle.

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Subject:   Radical Women. Feminism--United States. Socialism--United States. Sexual minorities--United States. Gay rights-United States.

Title: Revolutionary Communist Party, USA

URL: http://www.rwor.org/rcp-e.htm

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA is a Maoist organization inspired by the Chinese Cultural Revolution of the late 1960s-early 1970s. Its long-time leader is Bob Avakian. The website contains issues of their newspaper, Revolution, the Revolutionary Communist Party’s platform, works and a biography of Avakian, and other publications and reports.

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Subject:   Avakian, Bob. Revolutionary Communist Party, USA. Communism--United States. Maoism--United States.

Title: Occupy Wall Street Media, "Occupied Wall Street Journal"

URL: http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/67837516

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: The Occupied Wall Street Journal is a print and online newspaper produced by an affinity group of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The website contains news regarding the movement, analysis, and human interest pieces regarding the movement. The first newspaper was published in October 2011.

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Subject:   Occupy Wall Street (Movement) Distributive Justice. Financial sector of the American economy. Social responsibility of business. Wall street journal.

Title: Occupy Wall Street Media, "Occupied Wall Street Journal"

URL: http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/68041981

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Economic and Social Justice

Description: The Occupied Wall Street Journal is a print and online newspaper produced by an affinity group of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The website contains news regarding the movement, analysis, and human interest pieces regarding the movement. The first newspaper was published in October 2011.

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Subject:   Occupy Wall Street (Movement) Distributive Justice. Financial sector of the American economy. Social responsibility of business. Wall street journal.

Title: Students for a New American Politics

URL: http://www.snappac.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Education and Student movements

Description: Students for a New American Politics (SNAP) is a student-run political action committee, founded in 2005. The mission of SNAP is to elect progressive candidates and train students to become progressive leaders in the future. The organization trains college students, recent graduates, and college-age youth to serve as SNAP Fellows, full-time field organizers for Congressional candidates.

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Subject:   Students--Political activity--United States Political action committees--United States

Title: SocialDemocratsUSA.org

URL: http://www.socialdemocratsusa.org/

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: Social Democrats USA (SDUSA) is a direct descendent of the Socialist Party USA., founded in 1972. The website archived is the website for the re-foundation of the party following the death of Penn Kemble in 2005. The organization was officially re-formed at a conference in 2009. Their aim was to form a center-left party that could win local elections. The website ceased to update in 2011.

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Subject:   Socialism |z United States.

Title: SocialDemocratsUSA.org

URL: http://www.socialdemocratsusa.org/index.shtml

Collection: Tamiment-Wagner: Communism, Socialism, Trotskyism

Description: Social Democrats USA (SDUSA) is a direct descendent of the Socialist Party USA., founded in 1972. The website archived is the website for the re-foundation of the party following the death of Penn Kemble in 2005. The organization was officially re-formed at a conference in 2009. Their aim was to form a center-left party that could win local elections. The website ceased to update in 2011.

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Subject:   Socialism |z United States.

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