The soul of the labor movement can often be found in its music and its art. Every year, Labor Heritage Foundation publishes a unique catalogue of comtemporary and traditional labor music, art, books, videos, posters, buttons and notecards that make wonderful gifts – a useful resource as the holiday season approaches.
For a copy of the catalogue, write 888 16th Street NW, Suite 680, Washington, DC 20006, or call (202) 974-8041. You can also order on-line at www.laborheritage.org.
Among the artists represented are Ani DiFranco, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Coal Mining Women, Joe Hill, Anne Feeney, Mercedes Sosa and Sweet Honey in the Rock. There are cartoons by Huck and Konpacki, Rosie the Riveter notecards, Ralph Fasanella posters, the Little Red Songbook, videos of Matewan, Salt of the Earth, Norma Rae – and much more.