American Women's History
Provides citations to print and Internet reference sources, as well as to
selected large primary source collections. Also provides information about
the tools researchers can use to find additional books, articles, dissertations,
and primary sources.
Michigan State Women's History Site
An international electronic discussion group that has been set up at Michigan
State University to provide a forum for college and university historians
to discuss women's history.
National Women's History Project
An educational nonprofit organization that aims to recognize and celebrate
the diverse and historic accomplishments of women by providing information
and educational materials and programs.
De Toda La Vida (All Our Lives)
This documentary chronicles the life of the anarchist-feminist organization Mujeres Libres (Free Women) during
the Spanish Revolution (1936-39). It includes interviews with numerous former members where they discuss revolutionary
Spain and the involvement of women in the war, their relationship to the other anarchist organizations at the time
and their life since. Decades later the Mujeres Libres organization still remains a model for revolutionary
feminist theory and action.
How We Got the Vote
The exciting story of the struggle for female equality.
The biography of Lucretia Mott (1793-1880).
One Fine Day
A celebration of the American Woman from the 19th century to the present -- a montage to Kay Weaver's anthem,
"One Fine Day".
Some American Feminists
Some American Feminists explores one of the most significant social histories of this century-the second wave of
the women's movement-and is a fascinating flashback on the women's liberation agenda in the light of 1990s
The Women of Hull-House
An inspiring video that tells the story of Hull House from vivid historical photographs and contributions by Jane Addams.