Building movement bridges : the Coalition of Labor Union Women
The author provides a case study of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW), an organization which was founded in 1974.Using the CLUW as a model, the author demonstrates how one organization can address the needs of diverse social movements, in this case the women's movement and the labor movement.
Print Book, English, 2003
Praeger, Westport, CT, 2003
XIV, 207 Seiten.
Preface Introduction Sisterhood, Solidarity,and the Neglect of Working Women's Issues Developing Union Feminism Addressing and Achieving Diversity Organizational Structure and Collective Identity: CLUW as a Labor Organization Feminist Goals and Outcomes: CLUW as a Feminist Organization "Together We Will Make Unionists Feminists and Feminists Unionists": CLUW as a Bridging Organization Conclusion Bibliography