Frances Perkins Forum

Collaborative Network

Collaborative Partners

American Labor Studies Center
The ALSC is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to collect, analyze, evaluate, create, and disseminate labor history and labor studies curricula and related materials to K–12 teachers, in alignment with state and national standards.

California Labor in the Schools Committee
As the statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, the CFT represents faculty and other school employees in public and private schools and colleges, from early childhood through higher education.

Chalk Project
An annual community-wide commemoration of the 1911 Triangle Factory Fire in New York City on March 25 .

The Dolores Huerta Labor Institute
DHLI focuses on developing educational opportunities for students that better prepares them academically for the workforce and social justice efforts.

Labor Arts
A virtual museum that presents powerful images that help us understand the past and present lives of working people. Labor Arts gathers, identifies and displays images of the cultural artifacts of working people organizations.

New York City Labor Chorus
This Chorus promotes union solidarity by expressing through song the history and ongoing struggles of workers for economic and social justice.

The Paulo and Nita Freire Project for Critical Pedagogy
The Freire Project is dedicated to building an international critical community to promote social justice in a variety of cultural contexts. It is committed to conducting and sharing social, political, and educational research.

For more information, please contact:

Robert Linné
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