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WOMEN HISTORY LINKS
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001 US CA Berkeley
Emma Goldman Papers Project
Emma Goldman (1869-1940) stands as a major figure in the history of American radicalism and feminism
002 US CA Carson
Rosie The Riveter Products Twelve Rosie items including Night Light, Light Switch Plate, We Can Do It! Coasters, Air Freshner, Wall Clock, Gift Wrap, Magnet Other 'We Can Do It!' items also available: Tin Sign, Tin Tote, Action Figure, Nodder Bobble Head, Metal Case
003 US CA Richmond
Rosie the Riveter Ford Motor Company celebrates the accomplishments of women We are seeking stories, memories or anecdotes about the wartime home front embodied by 'Rosie'
004 US CA Richmond
Rosie the Riveter / World War II Home Front National Historical Park We Can Do It! Women affectionately known as 'Rosies' helped change industry and had sweeping and lasting impacts.
005 US CA Richmond
Rosie the Riveter World War II Home Front National Historical Park
To celebrate and interpret women's crucial contributions to the World War Two Home Front.
006 US CA San Francisco IMOW International Museum of Women The mission of the International Museum of Women is to value the lives of women around the world.
007 US CA Van Nuys
Rosie the Riveter Action Figure Rosie the Riveter is no ordinary gal! She comes with her own mini lunchbox and spring action rivet gun all on a blistercard explaining her inspiring story.
008 US CA Windsor NWHP National Women's History Project
Recognizing & celebrating women's diverse & historic accomplishments by providing information & educational material & programs.
009 US DC Washington IWPR Institute for Women's Policy Research
To rectify the limited availability of policy relevant research on women's lives and to inform and stimulate debate on issues
010 US IL Chicago WWHP Working Women's History Project Promoting education on women, activism, and unions in Chicago History Increasing the knowledge and understanding of women in labor history through public programs, publications, education and research
011 US MN Richfield
Minnesota Women Work
Seeks to document, explore, and interpret the historical roots of women's participation in both waged and unwaged work spheres
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012 US NY Binghamton
Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1830-1930
Binghampton University
013 US NY Brooklyn
We Were There! A Multi Media Women's Labor History Show Featuring voices, songs, and slides depicting our sisters' struggles from the abolitionist Sojourner Truth, fighting for rights,
014 US NY New York
History Net Women's History Article - Labor Unions
015 US NY New York
History Net Women's History Article - Women in the Workplace
016 US NY New York
Women's History
Published each March in conjunction with Women's History Month
017 US WA Seattle
Rosie the Riveter Action Figure Standing a proud and powerful 5-1/4 inches tall. We Can Do It! Rosie has been transformed from an inspirational icon on a WWII poster, into a fantastic plastic action figure!

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