Labor Heritage Foundation (LHF) works to preserve and promote knowledge of the cultural heritage of the American worker through the arts, including music, poetry, written works, theatre, and artistic works. LHF also conducts historical research through written and oral histories. 


Features on LHF and the
DC Labor Chorus

We Did Not Come This Far by the DC Labor Chorus

2020 Virtual Arts Exchange June 19-20

John McCutcheon’s Online Concert tips

2020 Arts Exchange Schedule

2020 Arts Exchange Workshops

Six O’clock Singalong

Luci Murphy and the DC Labor Chorus

2020 Livestream Great Labor Arts Exchange

Joyce Flynn 1940 – 2019

Tom Bias

How Punk Rock Led to a Boyle Heights Intersection Named for Dolores Huerta

DC Labor Chorus: “the Musical Arm of the Resistance”

This is a Strike Song

Lynn Marie Smith

Save the Date – 40th Anniversary Great Labor Arts Exchange 2019

Good Stuff for Good People

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