- Beating Apathy: This workshops orients participants towards the "bullseye model" of organizing and focuses on the mechanics of an organizing conversation.
- Assembling Your Dream Team: This workshop focuses on leadership identification, workplace mapping and charting.
- Turning an Issue into a Campaign: This workshop focuses on the components of a successful workplace campaign (either issue or contract).
A training, like an organizing campaign, is a group effort. Though only three names appear on the cover of the guide, in truth the rest of the Labor Notes staff helped to write and assemble this training: Al Bradbury, Mark Brenner, Dan DiMaggio, Adrian Montgomery. We're also grateful to those who shared perceptive feedback on early drafts. Their ideas improved the training greatly. This group includes: Mary Bellman, Joe Fahey, Leah Fried, Ellen David Friedman, Sarah Hughes, Angela MacWhinnie, Guillermo Perez, Jane Slaughter
The Rising of the Women: Organizing for Bread and Roses Today
Prepared for the 37th Northeast Regional UALE Summer Institute for Union Women
This is an annotated bibliography/filmography of books, videos, websites and other resources for union activists, expecially women.
Compiled by Donna L. Schulman, Director, Carey Library, Rutgers University, with assistance from Cathryn Miller, SCI Graduate Student School of Management and Labor Relations