- Catholic Social Teaching are a collection of documents, encyclicals and synod statements, that date back to 1891 with the issuance of Rerum Novarum by Pope Leo XIII and come along to our current day. The teachings of the documents address the challenges to justice presented to people of faith especially in the areas of economic justice, labor relations, global relations and peace and disarmament. Among recent contributions by US Bishops to this tradition of justice teachings are the pastoral letter on nuclear arms The Challenge of Peace written in 1983 and the economic pastoral entitled Justice for All published in 1986.
- AFL-CIO website, the most comprehensive labor website on the internet, provides users with current information on the labor movement as well as a detailed history as workers have struggled for equality and better working conditions.
- Teamsters Union Homepage provides users with current information on the union as well as a detailed history of the union and the labor movement.
- In a pastoral message for economic justice, a group of priests write an open letter arguing the necessity for economic justice and support for any struggle against unfair economic conditions.
- National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice provides multiple links to various religious and labor information sites on the world wide web.
- Union Resources is a fantastic collection of links to various sites on the world wide web. This site not only provides links to various labor organizations themselves, but also to sites which explain the history of the labor movement.
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