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Womanpower Unlimited, Jackson, MS 1 1
Women Employed Institute 1
Women Judges' Fund for Justice 1
Women Strike for Peace 1961 1
Women Wage-Earners Association 1917 1
Women Work! The National Network for Women's Employment, Washington, DC 4
Women for Political Action 1
Women in the Trades, New York, NY 1
Women of Many Voices, Minneapolis, MN 1
Women's Action Coalition Formed in New York in 1992 as a direct-action protest group to advocate women’s rights, the Women’s Action Coalition (WAC) highlighted a range of issues including sexual assault against women and women’s under... Formed in New York in 1992 as a direct-action protest group to advocate women’s rights, the Women’s Action Coalition (WAC) highlighted a range of issues including sexual assault against women and women’s under-representation in the art world. WAC supporters numbered in the thousands, but internal divisions led to the group’s demise in 1995. Show more Show less 1992 2
Women's Art Movement During the 1970s at the height of the feminist movement, the Women's Art Movement began helping women artists create, exhibit, and frequently control the flow of their artwork, by utilizing alternative or cooperativ... During the 1970s at the height of the feminist movement, the Women's Art Movement began helping women artists create, exhibit, and frequently control the flow of their artwork, by utilizing alternative or cooperative spaces. Show more Show less 1970 2 6
Women's Association, Philadelphia, PA 1
Women's Bank, San Diego, CA 1
Women's City Club of New York Building on innovations of women like Lillian Wald in the field of women’s and infants’ public health, the Women’s City Club of New York (WCCNY) was founded in 1915. Since its founding the WCCNY has monitored... Building on innovations of women like Lillian Wald in the field of women’s and infants’ public health, the Women’s City Club of New York (WCCNY) was founded in 1915. Since its founding the WCCNY has monitored public policy and undertaken campaigns related to child health and sweatshops. Show more Show less 1915 1 1
Women's Civic League, Chicago, IL 2
Women's Club Movement, 1869-present 17
Women's Columbian Association The Women's Columbian Association protested the limited participation of African Americans in organizational committees for the planning of the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893. 1890 1
Women's Conference, Agana, Guam 1
Women's Cooperative Guild, Saskatoon, SK 1
Women's Educational and Industrial Union 1877 1
Women's Equity Action League Elizabeth Boyer, an Ohio attorney, founded WEAL in 1968 to improve the status of women by focusing on legal and tax inequalities, and on discrimination in education and employment. WEAL explicitly distanced itself f... Elizabeth Boyer, an Ohio attorney, founded WEAL in 1968 to improve the status of women by focusing on legal and tax inequalities, and on discrimination in education and employment. WEAL explicitly distanced itself from more "radical" feminist organizations, such as NOW, that supported abortion and used picketing and demonstrations as key political tactics. With an emphasis on the economic and educational issues affecting women, WEAL challenged discriminatory employment ads, supported the Equal Rights Amendment, and litigated against sex discrimination at universities. Show more Show less 1968 1 2
Women's Era Club 0094 3
Women's Franchise League of Great Britain and Ireland 1
Women's Graphic Center, Los Angeles, CA 1
Women's Improvement Club, Griffin, GA 1

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