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Arkansas State Federation of Women's Clubs 2
Arkansas State University. Affirmative Action Office 1
Arkansas State Woman Suffrage Association 1
Arkansas. Department of Higher Education, Little Rock, AR 2
Arkansas. Division of Mental Health. Social and Rehabilitative Services 1
Arkansas. Employment Security Department 2
Arkansas. Governor's Commission on the Status of Women 13
Arkansas. Legislature 2
Arkansas. Office of the Governor. Affirmative Action Section 1
Army of God 1982 1
Art and Industrial Club, Oakland, CA 1
Arundell Club, Baltimore, MD 2
Asian Americans for Equality, New York, NY 1
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, Washington, DC 1
Aspen Institute, Washington, DC 1
Associated Charities of the District of Columbia 1
Association for Childhood Education International 1
Association for Married Women's Property Rights, Sweden 1
Association for the Advancement of Women 3
Association for the Advancement of the Medical Education of Women
Association of Collegiate Alumnae The Association brought together college-educated women to advance the cause of higher education for women. Its goals included educational equity for women, equality for women, and internationalism. In 1921, its mer... The Association brought together college-educated women to advance the cause of higher education for women. Its goals included educational equity for women, equality for women, and internationalism. In 1921, its merger with the Southern Association of College Women led to the formation of the American Association of University Women [qv]. Show more Show less 1882 3
Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching Jessie Daniel Ames, head of the Woman’s Department in the Commission for Interracial Cooperation, called a meeting in November of 1930 that led to the formation of the Association of Southern Women to Prevent Lync... Jessie Daniel Ames, head of the Woman’s Department in the Commission for Interracial Cooperation, called a meeting in November of 1930 that led to the formation of the Association of Southern Women to Prevent Lynching. The Association organized middle- and upper-class white women to oppose lynching in their communities and throughout the South, often by congregating in large numbers where a lynching was rumored to be planned. In this organization white women created new places for themselves in Southern society. Membership in 1939 is said to have reached 40,000. Show more Show less 1930 1 2
Atlanta Woman's Club, Atlanta, GA 1
Auburn Equal Suffrage Association 1
Augsburg College 1

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