Songs. By Ry Cooder. 2005. 70 min.
The story of the Chicano community bulldozed to pave the way for the Dodger Stadium in Santa Monica, told through bilingual songs.
Poem. By Josh Healey.
Poem about Peter Norman, the white Australian athlete in the historic protest and iconic photo at the 1968 Olympics.
Song. Reprinted from Labor Notes 2007.
Links issues of economic security and quality of life, also addresses the role of women in the struggle for justice.
Song. By Woody Guthrie. 1940.
A union song written by Woody Guthrie in response to a request for a union song from a female point of view.
Song. By Tish Hinojosa. 1992.
A song about a boy's little sister who was poisoned by pesticides.
Song. By Leon Rosselson.
The story of the 1649 revolt of the dispossessed in England who fought against the vested interest of the propertied. A vision of society that is cooperative and in harmony with the earth.
Song. By Ralph Chaplin. 1915.
One of the most popular labor songs.
Song. By Anne Feeney.
A classic American protest song sung by Peter, Paul & Mary.
Song. By Woodie Guthrie. Recorded in 1940.
Classic folk song written as a response to Irving Berlin's "God Bless America."
Website. Developed by Mark Gregory.
Over 700 union songs in an easy to search and regularly updated online collection with lyrics and audio.