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Immigrant Solidarity Network, http://www.immigrantsolidarity.org/

Angela SanFillipo, President of the Fishermens' Wives Association of Gloucester, cooking fish for a fundraising event. The Wives successfully defeated an attempt by oil companies to drill for oil on Georges Bank, one of the richest fishing grounds in the world.
Gloucester Fishermen's Wives Association: http://www.gfwa.org/

New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE), Jackson Heights, NY: http://www.nynice.org/

  • WERISE (women empowered through revolutionary ideas supporting enterprise): www.werise.org
  • SWEATSHOP WATCH is a coalition of over thirty labor, community, civil rights, immigrant rights, women's, religious and student organizations, and many individuals, committed to eliminating the exploitation that occurs in sweatshops: www.sweatshopwatch.org
  • NO SWEAT. Clothes with a conscience: www.nosweatshop.com
  • ABOUT-FACE is a San Francisco based grassroots organization that promotes positive self-esteem in girls and women of all ages, sizes, races, and backgrounds through a spirited approach to media education, outreach and activism: www.about-face.org
  • WOMEN'S E NEWS, a free daily feminist activist news site in English and Arabic with often suppressed world news: www.womensenews.org
  • The Feminist Peace Network has set up a section of its website to showcase art that addresses violence against women, especially violence against women and girls (such as rape) that is used as a weapon of war. If you are an artist working in this area, or if you know artists who are and would like to contribute some work, please contact the list moderator, Lucinda Marshall at Moderator@feministpeacenetwork.org.


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