| Photojournalist, author, political activist, union organizer|
Illegal People: How Glob, The Right to Stay Home: H, The Children of NAFTA, Communities without Borders, The Beatles' England
The children of NAFTA : labor wars on the U.S./Mexico border 2003
Communities without borders : images and voices from the world of migration 2006
Illegal people : how globalization creates migration and criminalizes immigrants 2008
The right to stay home : how US policy drives Mexican migration 2013
Every worker is an organizer : Farm labor and the resurgence of the United Farm Workers. WorkingUSA.Volume 2, Issue 6, pages 67–76, March–April 1999. 1999
David Bacon, Fotografien: IG Metall-Galerie Frankfurt am Main, [13. März bis 28. April 2000] 2000
Christmas at Woodfin Suites: When Woodfin Suites fired its immigrant workers, was it obeying the law or dodging a living-wage ordinance? East Bay Express, 24 Jan 2007. 2007
Immigration and the Culture of Solidarity in Globalization and Migration (AFSC). Pages 58–66. 2008
Uprooted and Criminalized: The Impact of Free Markets on Migrants in Globalization and Migration (AFSC). Pages 69–91. 2008
Displaced, unequal and criminalized : fighting for the rights of migrants in the United States 2011
Living on the Streets of Oakland East Bay Express. August 6, 2014. 2014
David Bacon (photojournalist) Wikipedia
David Bacon is a photojournalist, author, political activist, and union organizer who has focused on labor issues, particularly those related to immigrant labor. He has written several books and numerous articles on the subject.
Bacon's parents were strong supporter of unionism and his early interest in labor issues began with union organizing activities. He was involved in organizing efforts for the United Farm Workers, the United Electrical Workers, the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, the Molders' Union and others.