stop gender apartheid in aftghanistan: "on september 27, 1996, the taliban, an extremist militia, seized control of the capital of afghanistan, kabul, and violently plunged the occupied territories of afghanistan into a brutal state of gender apartheid in which women and girls have been stripped of their basic human rights."
RAINN the rape, incest, and abuse national network offers a number for anyone to call. when you call that number you will be referred to the rape crisis center nearest the caller. 1-800-656-HOPE
take back the net: "to promote equality on the net, women have to know how to protect themselves. they have to know what they're doing and not act or become helpless when facing the challenges of their new environment."
this internet candlelight vigils honors women who have been raped, abused, or killed. this candle protests any violence against women.
national organization for women (NOW): now is a feminist political organization. their website is a great resource in keeping yourself informed on the issues and threats to modern feminism
the feminist majority foundation: the fmf is an organization that his been working for womens rights and feminist issues for over 10 years.
a site that hopes to educate parents in teachers about how to overcome the gender stereotypes about girls and education that are entirely false.
rock for choice: rfc was founded by the all-female rock band L7 in 1991. rfc performs concerts and has several cds out all the proceeds of which benefit organizations focusing on women's abortion rights.
"the fvpf is a national non-profit organization that focuses on domestic violence education, prevention and public policy reform."