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Worker Education Information Resource Link Library

This link library was created by Real University exclusively for the CUNY (City University of New York) Worker Education Program under the guidance of Prof. Miriam Thomson. It is an adjunct resource to her worker education course.

This is an information research tool designed to centralize many respected informational sources pertaining to national and international, legislation and issues. Though this could be considered a "liberal" information resource, our goal is to present information sources that provide interesting perspectives based on available documentation versus emotionally tainted opinion whether "liberal" or "conservative."

We help you find information that's "hidden in plain sight."

As you discover additional websites, please forward the url's to us at;
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Alternet.org
AlterNet.org is a project of the Independent Media Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening and supporting independent and alternative journalism.

First launched in 1998, AlterNet's online magazine provides a mix of news, opinion and investigative journalism on subjects ranging from the environment, the drug war, technology and cultural trends to policy debate, sexual politics and health issues. The AlterNet article database includes more than 7,000 stories from over 200 sources.

Counterpunch
CounterPunch is the bi-weekly muckraking newsletter edited by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair. Twice a month we bring our readers the stories that the corporate press never prints. We aren't side-line journalists here at CounterPunch. Ours is muckraking with a radical attitude and nothing makes us happier than when CounterPunch readers write in to say how useful they've found our newsletter in their battles against the war machine, big business and the rapers of nature.

Democracy Now
Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 140 stations in North America. Pioneering the largest public media collaboration in the U.S., Democracy Now! is broadcast on Pacifica, community, and National Public Radio stations, public access cable television stations, satellite television (on Free Speech TV, channel 9415 of the DISH Network), shortwave radio and the internet. The program is hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting
Top quality media analysis that sifts through the dominant news sources and the mainstream headlines to assess their accuracy and/or biases.

Greg Palast
BBC journalist and investigative reporter. He provides the news that the U.S. media won't. (He was the reporter that broke the Florida 2000 election story.)

Robert Fisk
He is a veteran journalist that prides himself in his investigative accumen and gets to the bottom of many of the issues avoided by the U.S. media.

The Guardian
Top quality journalism from London. Some say this paper has a "liberal" bent, but we feel it does excellent investigative reporting and sifts through the government documents and issues not mentioned, in any great detail if at all, by the mainstream U.S. media.

The Independent
Daily news from the UK. Another news source that shows how much the US mainstream media supplies a narrow and informationally limited view of the world as well as itself.

WBAI
Grassroots New York Regional, national and international news. Listener supported radio/media.


Resource links (in alphabetical order)

Capitol Hearings.org
Transcripts and information on congressional hearings and other pertinent legislative issues.

Center for Constitutional Rights
CCR uses litigation proactively to advance the law in a positive direction, to empower poor communities and communities of color, to guarantee the rights of those with the fewest protections and least access to legal resources, to train the next generation of constitutional and human rights attorneys, and to strengthen the broader movement for constitutional and human rights.

Center for Defense Information
Information from high-tanking military personnel that want you to know the truth
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Common Dreams Progressive News Wire
Common Dreams is a national non-profit citizens' organization working to bring progressive Americans together to promote progressive visions for America's future. Founded in 1997, we are committed to being on the cutting-edge of using the internet as a political organizing tool - and creating new models for internet activism.

Corporate Crime Reporter
Aggressive investigative reporting on corporate dealings and practices by Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman


C-Span

Augments its broadcast channels c-span 1, c-span 2, & c-span3 as well as loads of archived media. (note) C-span is a great place to find out about U.S. policy creation and policy makers directly from the source without biased opinion. Also great source for lectures, panel discussions and conferences.

Drop The Rock
DROP THE ROCK, the Campaign to Repeal the Rockefeller Drug Laws. Drop the Rock is composed of young community activists, veteran criminal justice reformers, artists, students, former inmates, politicians, and religious, civic, and labor leaders, all of various ages, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, geographic locations, religious beliefs and political proclivities.

Institute for Public Accuracy
With systematic outreach to mass media, the Institute promotes the inclusion of outlooks that usually get short shrift. The Institute's news releases provide well-documented analysis that is pegged on fast-breaking events while focusing on fundamental issues.

Serving as a consortium for an abundance of diverse expertise, the Institute makes frequent communication possible between hundreds of independent researchers and journalists across the United States. In the process, the Institute is helping to widen the bounds of media discussion.

Judicialwatch
Judicial Watch, Inc. was established in 1994 to serve as an ethical and legal "watchdog" over our government, legal, and judicial systems to promote a return to ethics and morality in our nation's public life.

As a non-partisan, non-profit foundation based in Washington, D.C., and with offices throughout the country, Judicial Watch relies on supporters, like yourself, to help us root out corruption in our government and to make sure offenders are brought to justice.

National Security Archive
The National Security Archive was founded in 1985 by a group of journalists and scholars who had obtained documentation from the U.S. government under the Freedom of Information Act and sought a centralized repository for these materials. Over the past decade, the Archive has become the world's largest non governmental library of declassified documents.

Open Secrets.org
They supply a database of thousands of documents, which are supplied to the public, but are rarely seen. Reading these documents are important because they are the road maps to exposed U.S. government policy. Then listen closely to those who report about them. We are certain you'll have a better idea why many of the "fair and blanced" media sources haven't reported about them.

Portside
Portside (the left side in nautical parlance) is a news, discussion and debate service of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism. It aims to provide varied material of interest to people on the left.

Project Censored
The Primary Objective of Project Censored is to explore and publicize the extent of censorship in our society by locating stories about significant issues of which the public should be aware, but is not, for one reason or another. Thereby, the project hopes to stimulate responsible journalists to provide more mass media coverage of those issues and to encourage the general public to demand mass media coverage of those issues or to seek information from other sources.

PR Watch
PR (Public Relations) Watch specializes in blowing the lid off today's multi-billion dollar propaganda-for-hire industry, naming names and revealing how public relations wizards concoct and spin the news, organize phony 'grassroots' front groups, spy on citizens, and conspire with lobbyists and politicians to thwart democracy. We expose the hidden activities of secretive, little-known mega-firms such as Hill & Knowlton, Burson-Marsteller and Ketchum PR--the "invisible men" who control our political debates and public opinion, twisting reality and protecting the powerful from scrutiny.

Real University Covert Network
This is our link library to many sources of information from varying viewpoints. If you know of information sources that should be in this listing, please contact us at contacts6k@s6k.com.

Southern Poverty Law Center
The Southern Poverty Law Center was founded in 1971 as a small civil rights law firm. Today, the Center is internationally known for its tolerance education programs, its legal victories against white supremacists and its tracking of hate groups.

The Center for Public Integrity
The Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization, was founded by Charles Lewis following a successful 11-year career in network television news.

The quality of the Center's work, in just over a decade, has firmly established the organization as an institutional presence in Washington, D.C. With our hard-earned reputation for "public service journalism," the Center is distinct from most other non-governmental organizations, because of our high-quality, well-documented, investigative research.

The Innocence Project
The Innocence Project at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law was created by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld in 1992. It was set up as and remains a non-profit legal clinic. This Project only handles cases where postconviction DNA testing of evidence can yield conclusive proof of innocence. As a clinic, students handle the case work while supervised by a team of attorneys and clinic staff.

U.S. General Accounting Office
The U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) is an agency that works for Congress and the American people. Congress asks GAO to study the programs and expenditures of the federal government. GAO, commonly called the investigative arm of Congress or the congressional watchdog, is independent and nonpartisan. It studies how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars. GAO advises Congress and the heads of executive agencies (such as Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, Department of Defense, DOD, and Health and Human Services, HHS) about ways to make government more effective and responsive. GAO evaluates federal programs, audits federal expenditures, and issues legal opinions. When GAO reports its findings to Congress, it recommends actions. Its work leads to laws and acts that improve government operations, and save billions of dollars.

World Radio Network
World Radio Network is a leading broadcast and transmission company providing its world-wide clients with high quality, innovative and cutting edge solutions for their broadcasting and telecommunications needs.

Since its foundation in 1992, World Radio Network has exploited the opportunities presented by the enormous changes that broadcasting is undergoing. Digital technology has made possible a vast new portfolio of services and enabled broadcasters large and small, long-established and new, to reach new audiences in new markets. WRN is constantly exploring and developing new services in the global marketplace. Among many new initiatives, interactive and on-demand television service are being explored.

Z Magazine
Z is an independent monthly magazine dedicated to resisting injustice, defending against repression, and creating liberty.

9/11 Citizens Watch
9/11 CitizensWatch is a new citizen-led oversight process established to monitor and constructively engage the Government-sanctioned National Commission on the Terrorist Attacks on the U.S.

9/11 CitizensWatch will be supported and guided by the 9/11 Families Advisory Group and an increasingly active network of researchers, scholars, investigative journalists and concerned citizens. Together we will champion the most vital lines of questioning and publicly report and comment on their proceedings.

 

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