Found in 246 Collections and/or Records:
Collection documents efforts to draw attention to and provide resources and support for women victimized by violence. Topics include domestic violence, pornography, rape and sexual assault, shelters, counseling services, and legal support for victims. Materials include creative writing and personal stories, national legislation, reports, newsletters, and a variety of printed material.
Issues of "Information Sheet," the newsletter of the USO division of the National Board of the YWCA of the U.S.A. concerning the YWCA United Service Organizations activities around the United States.
Teacher, science; Principal. The papers consist of photographs, biographical material, correspondence pertaining to Williams' tenure as principal of Augustus R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering High School, a scrapbook covering Williams' life from elementary school through high school, a college journal (i.e. reflective essays on various topics), and drafts of speeches.
The collection contains the papers of Women and Life on Earth, on peace, anti-nuclear, and ecofeminist network. Records include conference materials, correspondence, minutes by-laws, financial records, newsletters, writings, talks, clippings, subject files, notes, posters, photographs, memorabilia, and audio tapes.
Professional organization. Records include correspondence, printed material, audiotapes from national conferences, plays submitted for prizes, newsletters, administrative and financial records, programs, membership lists, and proposals.
WomenArts is a non-profit arts service organization dedicated to helping women artists get the resources they need to do their creative work. The WomenArts records consist of grant applications, funding proposals, financial information, reports, and publicity materials for the parent organization, as well as for projects and artists that WomenArts funded.
The Women's Information Network (WIN) was founded in 1989 with the goal of helping young, pro-choice, Democratic women find jobs and network in the Washington DC area. This collection contains their records, including their newsletters, event invitations, and other publications.
Workers Empowering Workers in Northampton (WE WIN) was an organizing committee at Smith College which worked to unionize Smith clerical and administrative staff. The collection consists of material from WE WIN’s 1993 unsuccessful unionization campaign. Flyers, pamphlets, and other informational publications; surveys and assessments of Smith employees; and correspondence from allies, detractors, and Smith administration feature prominently.
Documents concerning the World YWCA and the Foreign Division of the YWCA of the U.S.A. World YWCA documents include correspondence, conference reports, an official peace statement and a directory of YWCA secretaries around the world. Foreign Division documents include newsletters containing short reports of YWCA of the U.S.A. activities around the world, short summaries of YWCA of the U.S.A. international work and a pamphlet explaining the work of the Foreign Division.
Documents concerning the YWCA of the U.S.A.'s work with teenagers and Y-Teen programs. Included are materials concerning the use of the Y-Teen symbol, adult and youth leadership, conference participation, teenage program emphases and purposes, reaching rural youth, membership fees and conditions, national Y-Teen projects, cooperation with the YMCA and their Hi-Y teenage program, and participation in the Midcentury White House Conference on Children and Youth.
Documents concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. National Conferences for Teen-Age Program Directors. The conference is held to provide leadership development opportunities and as a chance for leaders of the Y-Teen programs to discuss the needs of teenagers and assess how the program can meet those needs. Included are conference reports, pre-conference materials and lists of attendees.