Labor 411 Foundation

Ethical Consumer Movement

Labor 411 believes that by making the choice to spend our money on American made products and services by workers who are treated fairly, and paid living wages, we are helping to protect the middle class, strengthen our national economy and build a stronger America. We are here to make your consumer buying choices easy and fun. We call this ethical consumerism, and we hope you will join us in making every-day decisions count.

To start the Ethical Consumer Movement in your community, download the Ethical Consumer Movement tool kit here, or write us for a hard copy. Shoot us an email if you want BuyBlue buttons, Labor 411 books (Los Angeles, San Francisco or Washington DC,) postcards, etc. at

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More information on grassroots activism:

Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) – organizing tools (articles, books and videos)

National People's Action Long Term Agenda – democratic control of capital, racial justice, corporations serving the common good, a real democracy, and ecological sustainability.

Gamaliel, Jobs and More Jobs 2015 – report on how faith based community organizing created jobs.

Community Toolbox – free, online resource for those working to build healthier communities and bring about social change. It offers thousands of pages of tips and tools for taking action in communities.

Ethical Consumer Day Los Angeles: (Top-left) Labor 411 Co-Chair and Founder, Cherri Senders, receives certificate from City of Los Angeles council members Bob Blumenfield and Gil Cedillo; (Bottom-left) Co-Chair Maria Elena Durazo; (Right) Norm Langer with family and staff of Langer's Deli receiving the BuyBlue Award for being an exemplary ethical employer.

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