TopLinks: Class

Center for Study of Working Class Life
Affiliated with Stony Brook University in New York, the Center for Study of Working Class Life examines the effect of class in society, providing links, a calendar of events, and resources about working-class issues.

Class Action
Class Action is a nonprofit organization offering workshops and resources dealing with class and inequality in the United States. The site's numerous links and articles range in topic from race and class to religion and gender.

National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty
The NLCHP is "the legal arm of the nationwide movement to end homelessness." Click here for fact sheets and publications on the homeless and the poor, general information about homelessness and solutions to the problems, press releases, and breaking news.

PBS: People Like Us
The PBS documentary People Like Us examines American life "through the prism of our country's unique class structure." Visit the "Film" and "Stories" section of this companion Web site to the documentary to find out more about the social class in America.

U.S. Census Bureau: Poverty
This government site contains poverty statistics with links to other poverty-related sites, records of poverty over time, and information about how data about poverty in the United States are compiled and measured.