Explore the following resources to find out more about women, gender issues, and Women and Gender Studies.
North Dakota Women's Network
As leaders, the North Dakota Women’s Network (NDWN) serves as a catalyst for improving the lives of women through communication, legislation and increased public activism.
Women's Network of the Red River Valley
The Women’s Network of the Red River Valley envisions a diverse community of feminists that honors women and girls and promotes equality and reproductive rights.
North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services
The mission of the North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services and the Coalition Against Sexual Assault in North Dakota is to provide leadership and support in the identification, intervention, and prevention of domestic and sexual violence.
Here is a website with information and plenty of commitment to all things feminist: activism, women's health, and women's business and art. Check out the graphics!
National Association for Women in Education (NAWE)
NAWE was founded in 1916 becoming the first professional association for women in higher education. Today its members are administrators, faculty, staff, students and women working in associations, businesses and public agencies related to education.
National Women's History Project
Visit the National Women's History Project founded in 1980 to provide education, materials and services to recognize women's diverse lives and historic contributions.
The Feminist Theory Website
Information on 30 different fields within Feminist Theory, including literature, politics, philosophy, anthropology, aesthetics and more. The site also provides information on women's movements in 70 different countries and United States ethnic groups.
The National Organization for Women (NOW)
Link to this website for information on 30 different fields within Feminist Theory, including literature, politics, philosophy, anthropology, aesthetics and more. The site also provides information on women's movements in 70 different countries and United States ethnic groups.
The National Women's Hall of Fame
The National Women's Hall of Fame was founded in 1969 at Seneca Falls to honor American women whose contributions to the arts, athletics, business, education, government, the humanities, philanthropy and science, have had great value in the development of their country.
The National Women's Studies Association (NWSA)
The National Women's Studies Association is the parent organization of women's studies programs on campuses throughout the United States. The NWSA supports programs to increase awareness and integration of topics about and of concern to women in classrooms and through community activism.
The Women's Studies Data Base
This site is sponsored by the University of Maryland and contains resources to film reviews, bibliographies, participation opportunities and employment links.
Women's Connection On-line
This website provides multiple resources on books, finance, health, business and more in the format of a daily on-line news service.
Feminists For Life
Feminists For Life of America is dedicated to systematically eliminating the root causes that drive women to abortion--primarily lack of practical resources and support--though holistic, women-centered solutions.
NARAL Pro-Choice America
NARAL Pro-Choice America is committed to protecting the right to choose and electing candidates who will promote policies to prevent unintended pregnancy.
The Female Programmer: Gender Stereotypes and Computers Discusses the historical image and life of female programmers and the stereotypes still being broken.
The Women's Suffrage Movement A brief overview of the Women's Suffrage Movement. Includes prominent feminists and events.