Women's Issues Sites

02:58:23 GMT, Wed, Sep 26, 2018

    Popular Women's Issues Sites 

  1. McAuley Institute Offers technical and financial assistance to grassroots organizations working to expand economic security and housing opportunities for low-income women and their families.
  2. Institute for Women's Policy Research A non-profit organization dedicated to researching policy issues of critical importance for women. IWPR's policy areas include family and work, poverty and welfare, health care and domestic violence, and employment.
  3. National Women's Educational Equity Act, The (WEEA) A resource center to improve educational, social, and economic outcomes for women and girls.
  4. About-Face! About-Face questions and satirizes demeaning and negative images of women in society.
  5. News We Can Use Website focuses on news, health, politics and other issues of interest to women, which aren't featured heavily in the mainstream media.
  6. Feminist.com News and community site for info sharing among women on political issues that affect their lives. Includes news, resources, and directory of women-owned businesses.
  7. About.com - Women's Issues Annotated directory of websites related to a variety of women's issues.

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Today's Women's Quote
Marianne Williamson  
As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others marianne Williamson

Excerpt from the book Finding Your Soul in the Spirituality Maze:   "Stephen Mitchell (1991, p. 40) spoke of a metaphor called the windowpane of enlightenment: "The area that has been suddenly wiped clean of selfishness and self-protection - desires, fears, rules, concepts - may be the whole windowpane, or it may be a spot the size of a dime." Let me modify and extend this metaphor. I think the windowpanes of various folks might be grimy (= psychological junk), translucent (= not-enlightened), or clear (= enlightened):"   Continued here - free read.

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