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Resources in Philadelphia, PA:


William's Way LGBT Center


Pussy Division

Women's Way

Feminist Public Works

The Alice Paul Institute

Girls Rock Philly

Project SAFE


Giovanni's Room

Wooden Shoe

Big Blue Marble

Clothing & Events:

Feminist Apparel

Rape Crisis Centers:

WOAR (215-985-3333)

Domestic Violence Centers:

Women Against Abuse (866-723-3014)

Women In Transition (215-751-1111)

Legal Services:

Mazzoni Center

Health Services:

Mazzoni Center

Planned Parenthood of Southeastern PA


Online resources


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Everyday Feminism:




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Naomi Wolf

Roxane Gay

Janet Mock

Toni Morrison

Angela Davis



Jackson Katz

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie



Hollaback!: a movement to end street harassment powered by a network of local activists around the world.

Representation Project:

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): the nation’s foremost advocate of individual rights—litigating, legislating, & educating the public on a broad array of issues affecting individual freedom in the United States.

Amnesty International: the Women’s Human Rights Program focuses on promoting women’s human rights within Amnesty International’s mandate. Specific goals include ending rape as a weapon of war & obtaining the U.S.’s ratification of the UN Women’s Conventions.

Human Rights Campaign (HRC): envisions an America where lesbian & gay people are guaranteed their basic, equal rights—& can be open, honest, & safe at home, at work, & in the community.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) Women’s Rights Division: dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world, with specific attention to women’s human rights.


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American Association of University Women (AAUW): a national organization that promotes education & equity for all women & girls, which lobbies & advocates for education & equity, funds research on girls & education & community action projects, & which provides a support system for women seeking judicial redress for sex discrimination in higher education.

Arming Women Against Rape & Endangerment (AWARE) a source of training, information, & support for women learning how to cope with violence. AWARE training focuses on self-defense skills that enable women to avoid, resist, & survive situations ranging from low levels of aggression to extremely violent assault.

Association for Women in Development (AWID) an international membership organization committed to gender equality & a just & sustainable development process.

Center for the American Woman & Politics (CAWP) a research, education, & public service center at Rutgers University whose mission is to enhance women’s influence & leadership in public life.

Center for Reproductive Law & Policy (CRLP): a nonprofit legal & policy advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women’s reproductive rights.

Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL): CWGL seeks to develop an understanding of the ways in which gender affects the exercise of power & the conduct of public policy internationally.

Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR): a national media watch group that offers well-documented criticism of media bias & censorship.

Feminist Majority & Feminist Majority Foundation: these groups work to raise consciousness about feminist issues & organize action supporting feminist concerns. This site gives headline news, updates on Feminist Majority action, & links to activist sites related to women & girls in areas such as women in politics, women’s organizations, violence against women, women & work, reproductive rights, & global feminism.

Girls Incorporated: advocates for girls’ needs nationally & locally & develops research-based informal education programs that encourage girls to take risks & master physical, intellectual, & emotional challenges.

Global Fund for Women: makes grants to seed, support, & strengthen women’s rights groups outside the U.S.

Integrating Gender Equity & Reform (InGEAR): a compilation of curriculum materials that promote excellence & equity in mathematics, science, & engineering instruction.

International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC): mission is to protect & advance the human rights of all people & communities subject to discrimination or abuse on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or HIV status. is aimed at stopping, reporting, and preventing all types of crime, while also providing information on both state and federal laws. promotes lesbian visibility on the internet. Also the oldest site that has its own search engine, hosts other organizations’ web pages, & has links to sites related to “politics & activism” & “arts & culture.”

MANA: dedicated to the empowerment of Latinas of all ages.

Ms. Foundation for Women: supports & advocates for women & girls & offers numerous programs, including Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day & the Collaborative Fund for Women’s Economic Development.

National Abortion & Reproduction Rights Action League (NARAL): mission is to preserve & improve women’s access to legal abortion, contraceptive choice, & quality reproductive care.

National Council of Negro Women (NCNW): a multifaceted, nonprofit organization that works at the national, state, local, & international levels to unite women to secure justice.

National Gay & Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF): a progressive civil rights organization that has supported grassroots organizing & advocacy since 1973.

National Organization for Women (NOW): involved in numerous political & social projects for women such as reproductive rights, affirmative action, electoral politics, lesbian rights, racial & ethnic diversity, women in the military, young feminism, & women-friendly workplaces.

National Women’s Political Caucus (NWPC): the only multipartisan national grassroots organization dedicated to increasing the number of pro-choice women in elected & appointed offices at all levels of government.

National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA): supports & promotes feminist/womanist teaching, learning, research, & professional & community service at the pre-kindergarten through post-secondary levels & serves as a locus of information about the field of women’s studies for those outside the profession.

Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center: a compendium of health programs benefiting indigenous people locally, nationally, & internationally.

Network of East-West Women (NEWW): links women across national & regional boundaries to share resources, knowledge, & skills.

New York Women’s Foundation (NYWF): a cross-cultural alliance of women helping low-income girls & women in New York achieve sustained economic self-sufficiency & self-reliance.

NOW Legal Defense & Education Fund (NOWLDEF): strives to achieve equality in & improve the lives of women & girls by transforming the institutions & values of our society through legal advocacy, public policy, communication, & strategic alliances.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America: mission is to provide comprehensive reproductive care, advocate public policies that guarantee the right to reproductive care, provide educational programs, & promote research & advancement in reproductive care. lists progressive & leftist protests, meetings, & conferences worldwide.

Ruckus Society: dedicated to training & assisting environmental activists in the use of nonviolent civil disobedience.

Social Work Degree: dedicated to helping you learn about social work degree programs and social justice resources.

Sisterhood Is Global Institute (SIGI): an international women’s human rights organization working to empower women in the global South to define & achieve their human rights.

United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM): promotes women’s empowerment & gender equality & works to ensure the participation of women at all levels of development planning & practice on national, regional, & global agendas.

United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (DAW): works closely with governments, the UN, & civil society to promote women’s human rights, analyze gender issues, & coordinate programs & outreach.

U.S. Department of Justice’s Violence Against Women provides information about the National Domestic Violence Hotline, the Violence Against Women Act of 1994, grant programs, research, & publications.

Visions in Action: an international nonprofit organization committed to social change in Africa & Latin America through grassroots volunteer efforts.

Women in Community Service (WICS): mission is to reduce the number of young women living in poverty by promoting self-reliance & economic independence.

Women in Development NETwork (WIDNET): supports women’s global networks by conducting research & translating gender & development materials into French, English, or html.

Women, Law & Development International (WLD): committed to defend & promote women’s rights globally, WLD works to identify legal, cultural, & economic impediments to women’s enjoyment of human rights, to propose possible approaches, to develop activist strategies, & to train women’s groups to advocate before the UN & governmental bodies for policies that recognize women’s rights.

Women Leaders Online (WLO): the first & largest women’s activist group on the internet, WLO works to empower women in politics, media, society, the economy, & cyberspace.

Women's Action Network: The mission of the Women's Action Network is to provide a collective voice to impact policies, laws, and practices affecting women's lives. The Women's Action Network is a Silicon Valley coalition of diverse individuals and groups (listed at the bottom of this message) providing a collective voice to impact policies, laws, and practices affecting women's lives. Read the WAN brochure!

Women’s Bean Project: functions as a stepping-stone to outside employment & personal & economic self-sufficiency for women who come from backgrounds of chronic unemployment, poverty, or displacement.

Women’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor: the only unit at the federal government level exclusively serving & promoting the interests of working women.

Women’s Environment & Development Organization (WEDO): an international advocacy network working for justice through the empowerment of women & their equal participation in local to global decision making.

Women’s Human Rights Resources: the collaborative venture of consortium of law librarians, university-based human rights centers, & other nongovernmental human right organizations.

Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom (WILPF): works to achieve world disarmament, full rights for women, racial & economic justice, & an end to all forms of violence.

WomensNet: supports women’s organizations locally, nationally, & internationally by providing & adapting telecommunications technology to enhance their work.

Women’s Rights at Work: a sexual harassment outreach & education project sponsored by New York Citizen Action & the Long Island Progressive Coalition, with a toll-free help line, free monthly forums, & community outreach components.

Women’s Studies Programs, Departments, & Centers: has links to more than 450 women’s studies (including “gender studies”) programs, departments, & research centers around the world that have websites, as well as links to other program lists.