The Art & Outrage
Faith Ringgold's French Collection
ABIGAILS-L recent Net Potpourri (2/12/99) (interesting sites culled from my inbox).
Also a review of three books concerning the "Bodhisattva Vow"--THE BOND BETWEEN WOMEN, TURNING THE WHEEL, FRAGRANT PALM LEAVES.
*NEW* 12/1/99: In honor of World AIDS Day, here is a list of AIDS/HIV resources for women & children.
(4-1)J Equality 15 fen
(4-2)J Development 20 fen
(4-3)J Peace 50 fen
(4-4)J Friendship 60 fen
YOUR FIRST STOP ON THE WEB:
Joan Korenman's GENDER-RELATED ELECTRONIC FORUMS
Gender-Related Electronic Forums is an annotated, frequently-updated, alphabetical listing of publicly-accessible electronic forums (also known as "e-mail lists") related to women or to gender issues.
Joan Korenman's WOMEN'S STUDIES/WOMEN'S ISSUES RESOURCE SITES
Women's Studies/Women's Issues Resource Sites is a somewhat selective, alphabetical listing of web sites containing resources and information about women's studies/women's issues, with an emphasis on sites of particular use to an academic women's studies program.
TEN GREAT EXAMPLES OF FEMINIST COMMUNITY ORGANIZING ON THE WEB
Center for Women and Religion, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
Since 1970, we have promoted feminist resources, women's spirituality, women's experience and culture, for students, faculty, and staff of the GTU member schools, and the wider community. CWR's urpose: to promote feminist resources; to embody feminist principles of collaboration in structure and process; to create a climate where ambiguity, diversity and risk are essential.
Gifts of Speech: Women Speeches from Around the World
Gifts of Speech is dedicated to preserving and creating access to speeches made by influential contemporary women.
Granny G's Canadian Neighbourhood
This site began in the summer of '95 as a platform for voices which may not otherwise be heard. It is a web home for associations and individuals who are working to benefit their fellow human beings in the service of equality, peace and freedom. Granny G's is dedicated to "breaking down barriers" which exist between peoples and communities and to foster the idea of world community. It is based on our belief that the better we know one another as human beings the better chance we have to resolve global issues which at best, deter community making, and at worst, threaten the very existence of us all.
Irene Stuber's Undelete.Org: Women's Internet Information Network
This site is home to "Irene Stuber's Guide To Women of Achievement and Herstory" - containing more than 5000 biographies of women and to "Catt's Claws" - a frequently appearing feminist newsletter. In addition we hope to feature a women's library - a bibliography for, about and by women from all over the world.
The Liz Library
Need info on family law or the scoop on the Fathers Rights movement? Liz & Nick have constructed a virtual law library, with great general reference links.
Making Face, Making Soul... A Chicana Feminist Homepage
Welcome to a Chicana feminist space on the web! No frames, no animation, no fancy stuff--just one Chicana's efforts at providing an introduction to Chicana and Chicano cultures and issues in Chicana feminisms through a collection of educational and cultural resources
Rural Womyn Zone
Since most of the gender and rural women studies focus on Third World countries, we are calling rural women in the United States the Third-and-a-Half World.
SAWNET South Asian Women Network
SAWNET is a forum for south asian women, and those interested in issues relevant to south asian women. `South Asia' is taken to include Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The Women's Intercultural Network, Inc. (WIN)
WIN is a non-profit organization based in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. that links women across cultures globally and in U.S. communities. WIN creates settings for women to come together to exchange skills in political, professional and economic leadership and to foster better understanding for cross-cultural friendships.
A place where women activists share stories of our adventures in cyberspace and explore how the Internet is being used as a powerful tool for women.
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