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The BIPOC Project aims to build authentic and lasting solidarity among Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC), in order to undo Native invisibility, anti-Blackness, dismantle white supremacy and advance racial justice.
Black Feminist Future is an initiative informed by the legacy of Black feminist organizing, grounded in the current pulse of movements and located at the emergent need to amplify the power of black feminist leaders, organizations, and movements for the 21st century.
Science, gender equality, and the inclusion and participation of indigenous peoples and especially indigenous women are vital for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Indigenous women are food providers, custodians of seeds, keepers of medicinal plants, and guardians of biodiversity. The indigenous traditional knowledge they hold is key for nature- based solutions in the context of climate change and sustainable development.
HRC’s campaigns are focused on mobilizing those who envision a world strengthened by diversity, where our laws and society treat all people equally, including LGBTQ people and those who are multiply marginalized.
The Lesbian Herstory Archives exists to gather, preserve and provide access to records of Lesbian lives and activities. Doing this also serves to uncover and document our herstory previously denied to us by patriarchal historians in the interests of the culture that they served. The existence of the Archives will thus enable current and future generations to analyze and reevaluate the Lesbian experience.
MADRE is an international women's human rights organization who partners with community-based women's groups worldwide facing war and disaster. A mission to advance women’s human rights by meeting urgent needs in communities and building lasting solutions to the crises women face.
a national grassroots membership organization with chapters, individual members and affiliates across the country. MANA represents the interests of Latina women, youth and families on issues that impact our communities.
A space for people who want systemic change. We are an organization focused on community organizing, meaning we are here to change systems and structures through rules, laws, and regulations to get us to a world where we can influence critical decisions that affect our lives, our families, and our communities.
Reviews the latest print, video, and digital resources for research and teaching in gender and women’s studies. Recent reviews have explored such subjects as Black feminism, reproductive justice, trans representation, gender violence, and the TV series based on The Handmaid’s Tale. There are guides to new periodicals and reference materials, announcements of websites and blogs, and explorations of archives and other tools for feminist scholarship.
Founded in 1879 by a group of American women, including educators and activists Mary Bonney and Amelia Stone Quinton. Bonney and Quinton united in the 1880s against the encroachment of white settlers on land set aside for Native Americans in Indian Territory. The association dissolved in 1951.