Cameo Life Story Residency
An opportunity for a woman to write her life story.
Carrie Chapman Catt: A Life of Leadership
Contains the full text of a biography for middle school students about the great feminist leader Carrie Chapman Catt. Also contains links to resources about the woman suffrage movement and other aspects of women's history.
Jewish Women and the Feminist Revolution
At the Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA), losing history means losing ground. That’s the impetus behind a pioneering initiative called “Jewish Women and the Feminist Revolution” that examines the phenomenon of Jewish women’s significant contributions to a movement that has changed our world.
Visitors to www.jwa.org/feminism will experience the web in a new way. In a single site JWA has preserved for future generations artifacts, documents, video clips, radio news reports, images, art, sounds, and fragments of memories that convey Jewish women’s roles as activists and the impact of feminism on the Jewish community.
Matilda Joslyn Gage
Find a biography, Gage's speeches and writings, and conference information on this informational Web site!
The Suppressed Histories Archives: Global Perspective on Women
The Suppressed Histories Archives are about women, ancient and modern, worldwide. About patriarchy, conquest and slavery, the sovereignty of aboriginal peoples, goddess veneration and shamans, and the reasons for their repression. Independent scholar Max Dashu (a woman) founded the Archives in 1970, and has amassed a collection of over 14,000 slides. They include rare images of archaeological finds, temple carvings, medieval codices, and modern photos of female leaders, elders, warriors, healers, and visionaries. Dashu draws on her unique collection to create 100 different slide presentations, which she has presented at universities, community centers, bookstores, prisons, libraries, schools, and conferences over the past three decades.