Feminist.com is a thriving online community fostering awareness, education and activism for women all across the world.
JASS is an international network of activists, scholars, and popular educators grounded in local and national action in more than 25 countries, working to strengthen the voice, visibility, and collective organizing power of women to create a just world.
WSSLINKS is developed and maintained by the Association of College and Research Libraries, Women's Studies Section, part of the American Library Association.
MADRE is an international women’s human rights organization (Who we are).
Founded in 1984 by Robin Morgan (US), the late Simone de Beauvoir (France), and women from 80 other countries, The Institute has played a leading policy-formulator, strategist, and activist role in the evolution of the international Women’s Movement for almost 25 years.
An extensive bibliography of black American Feminist thought from across the disciplines. The emphasis of the bibliography is on Black feminist traditions in the United States - feminism, womanism, and Africana womanism.