Your site is great, but I need more. Where else should I go?
There are many sources for information about the living wage on the internet. Some of the best are collected below, as well as other related sites.
Living Wage Resource Center by ACORN is the most complete resource for living wage activism on the web.
Living Wage Action Center is an education and training organizations put together by student activists from the Georgetown University living wage campaign.
Workers' Words is a moving collection of interviews with low-wage workers at Harvard, and a good complement to the interviews on this website.
"Occupation: The Harvard University Living Wage Sit-In" is a 42-minute documentary film on the Harvard labor rights campaign, available for free through iFilm. It is an extraordinary inside look at the meaning and people behind the campaign.
Harvard's Progressive Student Labor Movementhas a fantastic site, with links illustrating the long history of the Harvard campaign.
The Economic Policy Institute and PERI provide some of the economic research and arguments that support living wage proposals and campaigns. (Arguments and research against living wages can be found at the usual conservative institutes, including the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation.)