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National Organization for Women (NOW)

The National Organization of Women (NOW) Web page offers extensive information about issues NOW is involved in, such as economic equity, electoral politics, global feminism, racial and ethnic diversity, and violence against women. Also available is contact information for chapter and state organizations and the NOW Action Center. Links to other feminist resources on the Internet include the...
By Popular Demand: Votes For Women Suffrage Pictures, 1850-1920

"Votes for Women" is a much smaller pictorial companion to the Library of Congress American Memory "Votes for Women" text collection and contains. The collection consists mostly of portraits (Susan B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Sojourner Truth, among others), but also includes other pertinent photographs, two political cartoons, and a hyperlinked suffrage timeline.
Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony

Airing November 7 and 8 on PBS, this new documentary film by Ken Burns and Paul Barnes tells the story of "one of the most productive working partnerships in US history," that of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. As the site describes them, "Stanton was the leading voice and philosopher of the women's rights and suffrage movements while Anthony was the powerhouse who commandeered the...
Women in Politics: Bibliographic Database

This bibliographic database currently holds 650 titles of recent works concerned with women in politics. A new addition to the Inter-Parliamentary Union's "Democracy through Partnership between Men and Women in Politics" site, "it provides bibliographic references to books, reports and journal articles on all aspects of women's participation in political life worldwide." The search mechanism...
The Supreme Court Historical Society

Dedicated to "the preservation and dissemination of the history of the Supreme Court of the United States," the Supreme Court Historical Society was founded in 1974 by the late Chief Justice Warren E. Burger. The Society has a number of public outreach programs, including an annual series of lectures by distinguished scholars. Serving as the online presence of the Society, their site contains a...
A Woman’s Place Is In the Sewall-Belmont House: Alice Paul and Women’s Rights

In 1929, the National Woman's Party set up headquarters in the Sewall-Belmont House on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Their leader, Alice Paul, was a tireless advocate for woman's rights, well known for drafting the first Equal Rights Amendment in 1921. This lesson plan from the National Park Service explores this historic home and Paul's work through primary documents, maps, images, and...