Articles by Kirsten Anderberg
Kirsten Anderberg writes articles for the independent media on issues ranging from body esteem to homemade cosmetics, to welfare rights, to police accountability...She tackles diverse issues such as sexual safety for women street performers, and sex worker safety at major street protests such as the RNC protests in NYC.
An online community dedicated to redefining the idea of feminism to symbolize women coming together to raise the bar, so that they may lead fulfilling lives with self-assurance and passion. From CEO to homemaker, from motorcyclist to philanthropist, from fighter pilot to missionary, the women of Being Jane are embracing the vitality of being female and championing their connections to future generations.
Chicago Women's Liberation Union Herstory Project
Get access to original CWLU documents, memoirs, interviews, essays, posters, photos, and videos. Conduct research on women's history or explore today's opportunities for activism!
Chico State University A.S. Women's Center
The A.S. Women's Center is a non-profit, activity fee funded organization run solely by students and volunteers in the community. Since 1971, we have maintained a close relationship with the university and the community. We are dedicated to enriching the educational expierence and quality of life for women in the university. To do this, we ofer academic programs and events to educate and empower women and raise awareness of women's issues on campus. Our objective is to carry the legacy of our foremothers and continue educating people on the importance and neccessity of understanding the history of women's oppression and the current position of women in society. Because women's issues cross so many bountries, we will attempt to interpret, understand and approach the issues from a wide range of interdisciplinary perpectives.
FL NOW chapter sites
At the above address, there is a list of NOW chapter links. We are Morris County NOW. Our site contains a great deal of fine information for those interested. We have our meeting information, latest actions, listings of our TV show schedule, many links to progressive like-minded organizations.
The Great Lakes Women's Leadership Network project is a broad-based, multicultural, intergenerational organization that provides mentoring and support to Great Lakes women and works to foster positive social change. They offer leadership skills training, education, and opportunities for networking.
Holla Back NYC empowers New Yorkers to Holla Back at street harassers. Whether you're commuting, lunching, partying, dancing, walking, chilling, drinking, or sunning, you have the right to feel safe, confident, and sexy, without being the object of some turd's fantasy. So stop walkin' on and Holla Back: Send us pics of street harassers!
In Her Image: Producing Womanhood in America
An interactive website corresponding with the adaptable resource, "In Her Image: Producing Womanhood in America," a multi-media presentation of visual images and song addressing media influence on feminine life in America.
Listen to your mother
The place for mothers give Ford a piece of their mind and post cute pics of their kids too. The idea is to get 10,000 moms and grandmas in the next year to tell Ford to stop making such gaz guzzling, greenhouse gas emitting cars that push us into wars, raise gas prices and asthma levels, and wreak havoc on the environment.
New York Women's Foundation
The New York Women's Foundation is "a cross-cultural alliance of women helping low-income girls and women in our city to achieve sustained economic self-sufficiency and self-reliance." The site is mostly focused on the organization, and lists upcoming actions and events.
This web site reflects Sisterspirit's commitment to "providing a safe place for women to gather in the company of women, and to providing a space where women's community and cultures are celebrated and encouraged." Based in San Jose, California.
Women As Allies
Women As Allies is an organization whose mission is to bring women and girls of Color and those who are our allies together to create opportunities for education, dialogue, networking, healing and action. And to build relationships of compassion, trust and hope that will bring about an increase in individual, collective and universal consciousness on social justice issues.
Women As Allies,Inc.
The Women's Space site (formerly "The Margins") is a site created by women in the hopes of offering support, information, and encouragement to women and girls and to men and boys who would like to be women's allies as well. Our perspective is distinctively and unapologetically woman-centered. Our specific goals are as follows:
1. To provide links and references to the thought, ideas and work of woman-centered leaders;
2. To provide ongoing analysis and commentary on news, culture, history, society, cultural trends, media and current events from a distinctively woman-centered perspective;
3. To establish and enlarge radical feminist/lesbian separatist discursive space on the internet;
4. To give voice and a presence to radical feminist women on the internet and in the world.
The content of our site reflects these goals and distinctives. This does not mean that we do not find value in exploring all sorts of ideas and theories including those which oppose our own. To the contrary, we value and seek lively debate and invite the same vigorous scrutiny of our own ideas and work that we apply to others' ideas and work. The information and ideas provided here are those which in our view offer the best hopes for a new kind of world in which women's lives, ideas, priorities and work are valued equally with those of men, a world in which subordination of all kinds is rejected in favor of respect and mutuality. We long for a world in which power is shared and dominance over human beings, nature and the earth are rejected, a world characterized by love, respect, peace and justice for all people.
World March of Women
The World March of Women is an international feminist action network connecting grass-roots groups working to eliminate poverty and violence against women. The March is composed of 5500 participating groups in 163 countries and territories.