Links To Feminine Wisdom For anyone interested in the healing potential of art.

Elderwoman: An inspiring site for all women of mid life and beyond. Author Marian Van Eyk McCain invites women to let go their fears of the aging process and instead, let it ripen them into their full potential as women. Discover a deeper, richer meaning and purpose and play an important role in< the healing of our ailing Earth. A gathering place for women and women's organizations who share a belief that the time is now to activate the incredible power of women's wisdom on a planetary scale. Gather the Women is a place where new models of feminine collaboration are being born. The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers represent a global alliance of prayer, education and healing for our Mother Earth, all Her inhabitants, all the children, and for the next seven generatations to come.

Inspiration Line: Online Magazine - Inspiration Line - Your Daily Motivation Connecting 158 Countries Worldwide and 50 U.S. States

Mount Shasta Magazine: An excellent new thought magazine published quarterly and distributed to 60,000 readers over the counter from San Francisco to Medford as well as internationally through its mailing list. Articles and interviews feature prominent names in a wide variety of fields discussing the most current science of spiritual development. Pictures of Stonehenge Summer and Winter Solstice, Glastonbury festival, Avebury, reviews of New Age events, sites, books, holidays and info on Spring and Autumn equinox, Samhain, Beltane, Valentine customs, moon dates and sun times.

Christiane Northrup, MD: Christiane Northrup, obstetrician/gynecologist, is internationally known for her visionary, empowering approach to women's health and wellness. As a practicing physician for over 25 years, Dr. Northrup is a leading proponent of medicine and healing that acknowledges the unity of the mind and body, as well as the powerful role of the human spirit in creating health.

Soulful Living fully everyday. Personal and spiritual growth

Susan Weed: Herbalist and author of womens health books, invites you to rediscover the Wise Woman Tradition, herbal medicine healing, and how to make home remedies.

CARE: You have the power to help poor women throughout the world build a better future. It starts with a simple show of support: By adding your name and message to CARE's Power Circle, you'll be joining a global movement dedicated to ending poverty. Imagine a girl who lives in a dangerous San Jose neighborhood. She wants to participate in the girls' after-school program, but she cannot. It is unsafe for her to walk home at 6:00 at night and her parents work until 8:00. Therefore, she goes home, right after school every day at 2:30, where she waits alone until her parents return. This is a common story. Imagine that same girl. Imagine that she knows how to address obstacles that limit her. Imagine that she goes to her principal and explains the problem and then she calls one of her mentors who connects her to the County Supervisor in her district. She also organizes a group of friends who have the same problem. Imagine that she sets a meeting with her friends, the principal, the mayor and the County Supervisor. She facilitates that meeting with the aim of finding a solution. And she does. Now she and her fellow students stay after school and have a safe way home. This is our work. Imagine the possibilities if every year 1,000 middle school and high school girls learn how to tackle community problems like this one. Picture the huge number of powerful women leaders driving the Bay Area and the world toward success and well-being.

National Organization for Women The National Organization for Women (NOW): Is the largest organization of feminist activists in the United States. Since its founding in 1966, NOW's goal has been to take action to bring about equality for all women. NOW works to eliminate discrimination and harassment in the workplace, schools, the justice system, and all other sectors of society; secure abortion, birth control and reproductive rights for all women; end all forms of violence against women; eradicate racism, sexism and homophobia; and promote equality and justice in our society.

A Girl's World Online Clubhouse: Launched in June of 1996, A Girl's World Online Clubhouse has among several goals: To encourage and empower 7-17 year old girls to become active contributors, not passive consumers of media and the Internet.

Girl Geeks: This site continues to encourage women to develop their careers in technology among other things. Encyclopedia of Women's History The About network consists of hundreds of Guide sites neatly organized into 23 channels. The sites cover more than 50,000 subjects with over 1 million links to the best resources on the Net and the fastest-growing archive of high quality original content.

Girl Tech: An opportunity for girls to read about and communicate with each other. Nice emphasis on providing women as examples of achievement in various categories.

Women for Women: One Woman Can Change Anything. Many Women Can Change Everything.

Teen Voices Online: The original magazine written by, for, and about teenagers.

Voices of Youth-UNICEF: Through Voices of Youth, you can take part in an electronic discussion about the future as we face the 21st century.

National Women's Hall of Fame: Mini-Biographies of 125 Remarkable Women are provided here.

National Women's History Project: Everything you need for an easy and successful Women's Equality Day program at work, in your community, or for your organization is available by mail from the National Women's History Project.

New Moon Magazine: By contrast, New Moon challenges stereotypes by accepting girls as they are, listening to them, and honoring their diverse experience and dreams.

Girls Incorporated: Girls Incorporated is a national youth organization dedicated to helping every girl become strong, smart and bold

AdiosBarbie: Provides a multicultural outlook on body image.

Ms Foundation for Women: The MS Foundation program is to help prevent problems before they take root, by making girls' developmental issues widely known and understood, and by generating support for programs through which girls stay healthy, strong, and resilient.

Cybergrrl: A useful, comic, and very practical listing of information on issues of concern to girls.

Feminist Majority Foundation Online: The Feminist Majority and The Feminist Majority Foundation are committed to empowering women and winning equality through research, the sharing of information of value to feminists everywhere, and effective action.

Pearls for Teen Girls: We believe that every girl is precious, with unique gifts and the potential to succeed, no matter what neighborhood she's from or what challenges she may face.

TaosMEN: Taos Men Engaged in Nonviolence A Program of Men Engaged in Nonviolence, Inc. Their mission: "to inspire, train and empower men and boys to lead lives of nonviolence."

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