USA Women, Girls & Ladies USA
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American Medical Women's Association - an organization of over 13,000 women physicians and medical students dedicated to the care of the woman patient and serving as the unique voice for women's health
Bella Online - The Voice of Women on the Web." Wide-ranging topics such as choosing the right summertime wine, budget-travel tips and investment advice.
Black Women's History - information about the history of Black women in America and about the continuing work of historians to find and preserve that history.
Business of Women - A complete and updated listing of women-owned businesses on the Web.
Camera Obscura - A Journal of feminism and film theory. Devoted to the critical study of representation of women in film, popular culture and media and the arts.
Center for the American Woman and Politics - Located at Rutgers University, CAWP is a research, education, and public service center which compiles information about women in American government and politics and monitors "the status and prospects of those women." Their fact sheets about current women officeholders and candidates are particularly helpful: authoritative, up to date, concise.
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Emily's List - a political network for pro-choice democratic women
Ending Violence Against Women - Report by the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and the Center for Health and Gender Equity: "Around the world at least one woman in every three has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime. Most often the abuser is a member of her own family."
FeMiNa - links to sites for women and girls.
GirlSite - where girls can speak their minds and share their ideas.
G.i.r.l. - Girls Internationally Writing Letters
Gyn 101 - A woman facing her first gynecological exam will be able to learn about it at this site. All aspects of the exam are explained, including when to consider having an exam; choosing a doctor; preparing for the exam; questions to ask the doctor; and patient's rights.
Menopause Online - The Women's Health Center in Connecticut and the editors of Prevention Magazine want to provide women with up-to-date, easy to use information about menopause or perimenopause. Find information on health resources, menopause problems, treatments, vitamins, herbal remedies, etc. Take a health test, or link to a chat room, or a bulletin board.
MsMoney - tools and resources to help women take control of their financial health.
NARAL - National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League
National Women's Hall of Fame - Portraits and profiles of the close to two hundred notable women of the United States (living and deceased) inducted into the Hall of Fame since its founding in 1969.
OBGYN - physician reviewed service offering medical professionals, women and industry a home for publishing, accessing information and global interaction.
Rural Woman Zone - Dedicated to reaching the online community of rural feminists, this site has links to many local and global womens issues. Topic areas include book lists, demographics, maps, rural libraries, domestic violence alternatives, sustainable agricultural, welfare reform, and health care needs.
Senior Women- "We hope to address women who might need to find new places to live, a changing work commitment and a marketplace for the entrepreneurial ideas that women have historically brought to our society."
UnderWire - a place for women with a lot on their minds.
USA Women's Suffrage - comprehensive website with over 150 entries on the struggle for women's suffrage in the United States. This includes biographies of 60 women involved in the campaign.
WAHM - dedicated to women who are working at home while caring for their children.
Women Come to the Front: Journalists, Photographers, and Broadcasters During World War II - site focuses on the work of eight women who chronicled life for Americans during the war, both at home and overseas. Brief biographical sketches are followed by lists of resources within the Library of Congress, some of which are also online. The women profiled are Therese Bonney, Toni Frissell, Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, Clare Boothe Luce, Janet Flanner, Esther Bubley, Dorothea Lange, and May Craig.
Women's Health Information Center - site offered by the editors the Journal of the American Medical Association, has four sections dealing with research and clinical information on women's health issues. The Newsline Section features both brief and in-depth articles from a variety of sources. The Library Section includes "Abstracts of major Women's Health articles published in the literature" and full-text of selected articles. The last two sections have the latest information on Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Contraception. Searchable.
Women of the West Museum - "purpose is to discover and explore the continuing role of women in the development of the American West." The first online exhibit is There Are No Renters Here: Women's Lives on the Sod House Frontier, which examines the life of homesteaders in 1870s Nebraska through the photographs and letters of the Oblinger family. There is also a Woman of the Week feature, an Educational Resource Center, descriptions of the museum programs, and a story quilt with each block describing the life of a pioneer woman.
Business & Professional
Provides a forum for businesswomen to grow through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition.
Site contains business and economic development information for the entrepreneur; a directory of Asian American and business organizations; and a searchable directory of small business owners.
A resource for women in the railway industry.
Provides a forum for students concerned about issues ranging from career opportunities for women to the challenge of balancing work and personal life.
FWI serves women in the financial services industry who seeks to expand their personal and professional capabilities through self-directed growth in a supportive environment.
An organization for women building and leading high-growth technology and life science companies.
Identifies unacknowledged discriminatory barriers. Expands practices and policies which promote employment opportunities for the advancement of minorities and women into the private sector.
Promotes membership, gathers and disseminates appropriate information about the status of women in IEEE and the profession.
For professional women and women business owners. Provides resources and services - through education, networking, and public advocacy - to empower its members to achieve career success and financial security.
Fort Worth, Texas-based international association that promotes and supports the advancement and employment of women in the construction industry.
A non-profit research organization, that supports the growth of women business owners and their enterprises by conducting research, sharing information and increasing knowledge.
A platform for women entrepreneurs to exploit business opportunities and harness their capabilities and resources.
Combines information from sixty SBA-affiliated Women's Business Centers to bring most current information on business principles and practices, management techniques, mentoring, networking, and business resources.
Designed to increase the investment channels for women entrepreneurs and facilitate investments in women-led firms by corporate, angel and venture investors.
Assists female business entrepreneurs in small business development and business operations.
Based in Sugarland, Texas, this association was formed to promote the growth of women owners and executives in the construction industry.
A communication network where women in the agriculture community can share information, trade ideas and utilize resources.
Business Web Sites
International Women's Business, Career, and Networking community for Women in the Workplace.
Women-owned staffing firm.
A place for women to gather resources, business tips, sales tips, marketing tips, home business ideas, and a place to network with other businesswomen.
Promote and expand economic opportunities throughout the Greater Flint region for women in business or those seeking to go into business.
A women-owned specialty advertising rep agency focusing exclusively on the female demographic online.
A Her Community website. A complete directory for women related business issues.
A resource for women creating a business and writing a business plan.
Provides news, products and services, and networking opportunities geared towards young women.
Woman Owned provides networking opportunities and business resources for starting and growing companies.
A directory of women-owned and operated companies. A resource for women, by women.
The portal provides customized news feeds, weekly polls, shopping and information on WITI events.
An SBA affiliated directory that provides links - to Lending Programs, to venture capital and to helping women succeed in business.
A directory that provides content and links to general business and women specific topics.
Provides content and answers questions about finding a job, improving your work skills, and starting a business.