The Labor and Working-Class History Association (LAWCHA) is an organization of scholars, union members, students, and citizens promoting a wider understanding of the history of working-class people, their communities, and their organizations in the United States. Members of LAWCHA receive a quarterly journal, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History. LAWCHA holds an annual membership meeting and cosponsors regional labor conferences.
Benefits of Membership
- One-year subscription to Labor: Studies in Working-Class History (four issues)
- Free online access to Labor through
- LAWCHA newsletter
- Access to the society website, including an
- Eligibility to receive prizes and travel grants for graduate students
- Access to online resources for educators
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