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The Jewish Women’s Archive documents Jewish women’s stories, elevates their voices, and inspires them to be agents of change.

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This bibliography concentrates on books, chapters in anthologies, and periodical articles on the collective history of American Jewish women and archival resources on individuals and women’s organizations.

A database of distinguished Egyptian women experts. It provides Arabic and English profiles of outstanding Egyptian women in diverse fields.

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The disclosure of women's voices through oral history has led to a revision of the history of women, and of history in general. Reviewing the narratives of women can lead to a revision of history, our assumptions about the past and the future, and…

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A collaborative endeavour that brings resources and researchers together to enhance scholarship on historical women artists in Canada.

Part of the Art History Archive, a list of feminist artists from the 20th and 21st centuries compiled by Charles Moffat.

A paper written and published by MIT’s The Thistle Alternative News Collective on the history of black feminism in the U.S.

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The CRC was established in 1974 set goals to make black feminism and lesbianism a part of the women’s movement because before this group the feminist movement was based solely on the heterosexual white middle class women.

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Written by Cherise Charleswell, this is a publication housed by The Hampton Institute and discusses the history and present of Black Feminist Thought.

A video of Beverly Guy-Sheftall talking about the remarkably long history of Black feminists and the links between the abolition and suffragist movements for Makers, a women’s leadership platform.
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