Women -- Political activity
Found in 178 Collections and/or Records:
Financial reports, and meeting minutes of the National Industrial Council for the YWCA of the U.S.A. conferences. Minutes of the National Industrial Council summarize discussions held, outline conference proceedings, report on resolutions passed and program methods decided on, clarify and discuss organizational relationships, and report on worker issues for industrial girls.
Issues of "National Industrial Council News." The newsletter updates industrial clubs on council business, lists council leaders and committees, reports on workers' action initiatives and issues faced by employed girls and women, advertises national industrial girls events, and seeks to educate industrial clubs on matters of labor rights, government, laws, and activism. In addition, there may be reports or anecdotes from local industrial clubs regarding their activities or struggles.
Newsletters and bulletins concerning National Industrial Progress Day, a day for YWCA of the U.S.A. industrial groups to look back at progress made for issues faced by the employed and industrial girl as well as look forward to the direction industrial work will be taking. Materials may summarize current and past efforts, provide program technique and activities, report on experiences from local industrial clubs, and update on conferences and meetings.
Industrial, circa 1921-1951
Industrial, circa 1907-1948
Issues of the "Industrial program exchange". The industrial club newsletter updates local associations on industrial work goals and progress, discusses current issues faced by workers, reports on successes of programs, provides resources and bibliographies, and may discuss recruitment practices.
Issues of the "Industrial program exchange". The industrial club newsletter updates local associations on industrial work goals and progress, discusses current issues faced by workers, reports on successes of programs, provides resources and bibliographies, and may discuss recruitment practices. Issues may address, the economic strain and unemployment faced by women, international relations and clubs including China, child labor, organization, race relations, and other topics.
Industrial, circa 1910-1946
Miscellaneous YWCA of the U.S.A. Industrial Department reports concerning the progress of industrial programs, working conditions, and other matters relating to work with industrial and working women or girls. In addition, materials may discuss departmental personnel changes, recruitment, analysis of methods, or summaries of meetings.