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Labor 411: Making it Easy to Support Good Jobs
"Mission Statement

Labor 411 is committed to building a national Buy Union, Buy American movement as a means of improving the safety and economic well being of union workers and their families. We are committed to working hand in hand with labor to organize the unorganized and mobilize our members' political and purchasing power so that workers can create a better life for themselves and their families.

A one-stop resource for people who want to buy union-made goods and services, Labor 411’s print and online directory provides greater visibility to union products and union-made goods and services and helps union decision makers ensure that their dollars and their values are connecting with the community at large. Distributed to over 17,000 union officers and staff, union-friendly vendors and powerful friends of organized labor, Labor 411's directory of union services reaches a committed and influential audience.

Affiliate Listings

Union affiliates are encouraged to have their organization's contact information published in the directory. Union officers can sign up by emailing us here.
Company Listings and Advertising

Vendors servicing the union market are invited to submit a company listing for consideration by the Labor 411 editorial board. Only vendors with good standing in the labor community will be considered. Click here for the quick online form. Categories will include: Hospitality & Event Planning, Healthcare Services, Banking & Financial Services, Building Services, Hollywood Studios & Production, Political Campaigns, Professional Services, Printers & Print Shops, Consumer, Energy/Infastructure, and Education.

Advertising space is also available. For information on getting visibility in this essential directory of preferred businesses serving the national union market, contact Bruce Loria in our advertising department at 818/884-8966 x107."
labor  via:jannon  unions  directories  labor411  search 
june 2015 by robertogreco
Keybase
"Keybase will be a public directory of publicly auditable public keys. All paired, for convenience, with unique usernames."



"Keybase.io is also a Keybase client, however certain crypto actions (signing and decrypting) are limited to users who store client-encrypted copies of their private keys on the server, an optional feature we didn't mention above.

On the website, all crypto is performed in JavaScript, in your browser. Some people have strong feelings about this, for good reason."
security  crypto  cryptography  keybase  usernames  identity  2014  publickeys  directories  keybase.io  encryption 
march 2014 by robertogreco
phonebook :: threewalls
"PHONEBOOK 3 is a directory of independent art spaces, programming, and projects throughout the United States and a collection of critical essays and practical information written by the people who run them. PHONEBOOK 3 includes artist-run spaces, public programming, unconventional residencies, alternative schools, and community resources; all of the projects that form and support art ecologies across the nation, as well as historical documents marking their past. Featuring essays and documents from Group Material, Renny Pritikin, Susan Sakash, FEAST Brooklyn, Ox-bow, Faheem Majed, Chances Dances, Paul Durica, Dara Greenwald, Amy Franceschini, Pilot TV, Jon Brumit and Sarah Wagner, PLAND, Andy Sturdevant, Robby Herbst and more."
us  nyc  threewalls  kickstarter  artistresidencies  robbyhebst  andysturdevant  pland  sarahwagner  jonbrumit  pilottv  daragreenwald  pauldurica  chancesdances  faheemmajed  feastbrooklyn  susansakash  rennypritikin  groupmaterial  amyfranceschini  ox-bow  resources  communityresources  education  schools  alternativeeducation  alternative  publicprogramming  artist-run  artspaces  art  glvo  residencies  directories  phonebook3 
may 2012 by robertogreco
wagmag : Brooklyn Monthly Art Guide : wagmag
Big listing of Brooklyn art galleries (including hours, phone numbers, and what's on)
nyc  brooklyn  art  galleries  directories  via:jbushnell 
january 2012 by robertogreco

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