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Feminist Websites, Blogs, and Resources

Anti-Violence Organizations and Resources
Battered Women's Support Services: An organization working to eliminate the abuse of women, providing education, advocacy and support services for battered women.
Hollaback: A project that aims to end street harassment by exposing it.
INCITE: Nation-wide network of radical feminists of color working to end violence against women, gender non-conforming, and trans people of color, and our communities.
Justice Now: An organization that works to stop violence against women, including state-sanctioned violence and incarceration, and promotes alternative responses to interpersonal violence outside of policing and prisons.
Survived and Punished: An organization that works to end the criminalization of survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Blogs, News, and Online Magazines
Autostraddle: News, Entertainment, Opinion, Community, and Girl-On-Girl Culture.
Bitch Media: A feminist response to pop culture, run by the company that publishes Bitch Magazine.
Black Girl Dangerous: This blog seeks to amplify the voices and experiences of queer and trans* people of color.
The Body Is Not an Apology: Fosters global, radical, unapologetic self love which translates to radical human love and action in service toward a more just, equitable and compassionate world.
Crunk Feminist Collective: A blog discussion among the hip hop generation of feminists of color.
Everyday Feminism: An intersectional feminist online magazine.
Feminist Frequency: A feminist web series about pop culture.
Feministing: An active online community of feminist bloggers.
For Harriet: An online community for women of African ancestry.
Guerilla Feminism: Seeks to facilitate feminist street activism and feminist digital activism around the globe.
Ill Doctrine: A hip hop video blog.
Imagining Ourselves: An online, dynamic, multilingual exhibition sponsored by the International Museum of Women exploring the question, "What Defines Your Generation of Women?"
The Kinfolk Kollective: Ramblings of a black woman hellbent on destroying white supremacy.
Racialicious: Race and pop culture blog.
Thoughts of an Angry Hijabi: Desi. Anti-Capitalist. Muslim Intersectional feminist blog.

General Resources
FairyGodBoss: A free resource and community of women who share advice and tips about pay, benefits, and company culture with a focus on gender equality in the workplace. This site links visitors to activist resources. Lists progressive and leftist protests, meetings and conferences worldwide.
Girls Inc.: Advocates for girls’ needs nationally and locally and develops research-based informal education programs.
MANA: Dedicated to the empowerment of Latinas of all ages.
The Ruckus Society: Dedicated to training and assisting environmental activists in the use of nonviolent civil disobedience.

Health and Reproductive Justice Organizations and Resources
Advocates for Youth: Youth centered organization that seeks to uplift access to sexual health information and resources.
Alternate Reproductive Justice: A collection of socially conscious news articles related to reproductive justice.
Autoimmune Disease and Pregnancy Guide: A resource with information about the intersection of autoimmune disease and pregnancy.
Guttmacher Institute: The mission of the Guttmacher Institute is to protect the reproductive choices of people of all genders.
NARAL Pro-Choice America: Mission is to preserve and improve women’s access to legal abortion, contraceptive choice and quality reproductive care.
Native American Women's Health Resource Center: A compendium of health programs benefiting indigenous people locally, nationally and internationally.
Planned Parenthood: Delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women and men worldwide.
Sister Song: Women of color reproductive justice collective.
Trust Black Women: Supports Black women and girls with implementing reproductive health decisions that are personal, appropriate, accessible, and affordable.

International and Transnational Organizations
Association for Women's Rights in Development: An organization committed to gender equality and a just and sustainable development process.
Center for Women's Global Leadership: Seeks to develop an understanding of the ways in which gender affects the exercise of power and the conduct of public policy.
Global Fund for Women: Makes grants to seed, support and strengthen women’s rights groups outside the U.S.
Sisterhood Is Global Institute: An organization working to empower women in the global South to define and achieve their human rights.
Women's Environment and Development Organization: International advocacy network working for justice through the empowerment of women.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Works to achieve world disarmament, full rights for women, racial and economic justice and an end to all forms of violence.

Media/Representation Projects
Adbusters: An organization that tries to combat oppressive forms of the media.
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting: A media watch group that offers well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship.
The Representation Project: This project looks to film and media content in order to break down gender stereotypes.
Rookie Mag: This publication by and for teenage girls gives a feminist alternative to traditional teen magazines.


Professional Organizations
American Association of University Women: A national organization that promotes education and equity for all women and girls.
National Women's Political Caucus: The only multipartisan national grassroots organization dedicated to increasing the number of pro-choice women in elected and appointed offices.
National Women's Studies Association: Supports and promotes feminist/womanist teaching, learning, research and professional and community service.

Queer & Trans Organizations
National LGBTQ Task Force: A progressive civil rights organization that has supported grassroots organizing and advocacy since 1973.
Sylvia Rivera Law Project: Works to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine gender identity and expression, regardless of income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination or violence.
Transgender Law Center: Changes law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression.




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