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AUD's Rank-and-File Feeds (offsite)

Build an effective rank-and-file website: an AUD guide with a sample homepage and 50 points.

See also:

AUD's Best Rank-and-File Website Contest 2005

"Best Rank-and-File Websites 2004"

"Using the Internet for Union Democracy"

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Rank-and-file and reform websites and lists.

AUD blogroll

Women workers organizations.

Legal resources and government agencies.

Other independent labor websites and publications.

Official union websites, workers centers, independent unions.

Build an effective rank-and-file website: an AUD guide with a sample homepage and 50 points.

AUD's rank-and-file feeds (offsite -- a collection of RSS feeds from websites, forums and blogs linked to this site)

Webstewards: Plan to set up a website, blog or discussion list to promote union democracy? Already got one and want to make it more effective? Find tips and suggestions that cover both basic web design technique and worker organizing in "Troublemaking on the Homepage" a chapter in the Troublemaker's Handbook.

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NOTE: We provide these links to facilitate contact and dialogue. Links to organizations or groups do not indicate affiliation with AUD or AUD's endorsement of that group or the contents of the site. (Free speech may not always be polite or fair but it is indispensable. See the article "Using the Internet for Union Democracy" for more on this subject.)

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