The Working Class Movement Library is a collection of English language books, periodicals, pamphlets, archives and artefacts, concerned with the activities, expression and enquiries of the labour movement, its allies and its enemies, since the late eighte
NACLA, the North American Congress on Latin America, is an independent, non-profit research organization devoted to in-depth reporting on Latin America and US foreign policy. The NACLA web site includes up-to-date subscription information and the current
Blog co-authored by a who's who of progressive constitutional and civil rights lawyers and scholars. The best place to track news on waterboarding, detainment, military tribunals, and assorted DOJ shenanigans.
The Center for Constitutional Rights is dedicated to advancing and protecting the rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Founded in 1966 by attorneys who represented civil rights movements in the
Subtitled A Journal for the Liberal Imagination and edited by Paul Starr and Robert Kuttner, founded by former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich. The aim of The American Prospect is to contribute to a renewal of America's democratic traditions by prese
AIP is a group of library professionals that works to promote the acquisition and use of alternative information resources in libraries. AIP is a task force of the Social Responsibilities Round Table of the American Library Association and follows the
The DataCenter's mission is to provide social justice advocates, especially the poor and people of color, access to strategic information, analysis, and research skills that will help them conduct more effective campaigns.
Library Juice is a current awareness service for library and information science students, librarians, and other interested folks. It includes announcements, web resources, calls for papers, and news items. Much of the material has a social-responsibiliti