Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. A bracero is a Mexican laborer who worked in the United States on farms and railroads in order to ease labor shortages during World War II.
Revolution in the stacks: A bibliography of selected multimedia anarchist resources in English By Kevin Stranack. Suggested books, encyclopedias, journals, music, web sites, e-books, videos, and indexes, as well as selection tools to assist librarians in developing anarchist collections.
Rocker - Anarchist Thought of Rudolf Rocker Texts, biography and bibliography of the German born anarcho-syndicalist writer and activist Rudolf Rocker Russian Socialists and Anarchists after October Documentation on Russian socialist and anarchist movements opposing the Bolshevik Party after but also partly before the October Revolution of Includes documents, memoirs, scholarly articles, biographical notes etc.
Both texts are available from this website. E-texts of anarchist classics and modern classics. A directory of archival and library institutions, lists of periodicals, books and pamphlets in various institutions.
Canti di Lotta della sinistra italiana maintained by Domenico Donato. Texts of mainly Italian revolutionary songs. Financial Fiction Genre maintained by Roy Davies. A page on "banking and finance in fiction", from the 17th century on.
This institute is entirely devoted to working-class culture and literature. Information about the collections. Graphic Witness Dedicated to social commentary through graphic imagery by artists working from the turn of the 20th century to the present.
H-Labor-Arts H-Labor-Arts is a network to discuss the cultural and artistic artifacts of working people. A large collection of statues and more from the communist period fka Szoborpark.
As part of the New Deal, artists were hired to create paintings and sculptures for about mail centers around the country, thus putting Americans back to work and goosing the economy. This is a list of cities and sites. SocialEast Forum on the Art and Visual Culture of Eastern Europe The goal of SocialEast is to encourage comparative research into the art history of the countries of Eastern and Central Europe, as well as consider wider issues in socialist visual culture.
The website contains general information and announcements, and promises a database. Songs of Irish Labour maintained by Helena Sheehan. Texts and sound files, links to related sites. Information about the exhibition, a few photographs and symbols; at the Hungarian Statuepark website, www.
Virtual Museum of Political Art based in Linz. Sections on totalitarian art and socialist realism, among others top Civil War See also the Arts and Posters section. General information, Spanish Civil War links. Brief overview of the considerable collections on the Second Republic, Civil War, and Franco period; catalogue through the University of Barcelona.
Republican and other notably masonic records seized by the victors during and after the Spanish Civil War. Geschichtstheatergesellschaft German revolutionaries in the American Civil War. This site offers French translations of his recollections of the Spanish Civil War. Grupo Memoria Libertaria Valladolid This website devoted to the history of the libertarian movement in Valladolid offers online articles, a bibliography, links, news and announcements about anarchism in Valladolid, the CNT, the Spanish Civil War, and more.
Makhno The Nestor Makhno Archive. Maintained by Nestor McNab. Marx Memorial Library London. Online catalogue, a selection of book reviews first published in the Marx Memorial Bulletin. A description of the materials collected by Herbert R. At York University, Canada.
Photographs with descriptions of women in several occupations: From the University of Louisville Special Collections: Powering the Electrical Revolution: Women and Technology A section of the IEEE Virtual Museum The history of electricity, electronics, and computers devoted to women and the communications industry, electricity and the housewife, women building the electrical industries, women and computers, and women as engineers.
Race, Gender, Class Bibliography "The first, unique bibliography which contains items ONLY if they emphasize the three dimensions of race, gender, and class in their discourse and analysis", compiled by Jean Ait Amber Belkhir, and published on the website of the American Sociological Association.The Colored Teachers State Association of Texas is organized in Austin.
Helen Marr Kirby is the first woman on the administrative staff of the University of Texas, in charge of women students, a position she holds for the next 35 years.
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) - to support exploration of the bracero movement in Monterrey County through the development of the script “One More Day’ an original work by a local playwright centered on bracero stories. The farm worker movement originated in California.
ily apparent in the development of the bracero (a Mexican laborer admitted to the United States) sys-tem. With U.S. involvement in World War II, the the foundation for a community of action. Sharing the vision that power and change are most effective.
The Bracero Program in California, with Particular Reference to Health Status, Attitudes, and Practices. Berkeley, School of Public Health, University of California, Anderson, Henry Pope. But the program lasted much longer than anticipated. In , after nearly a decade in existence, concerns about production and the U.S.
entry into the Korean conflict led Congress to formalize the Bracero Program with Public Law The Bracero Program was controversial in its time. JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.