W/ARW. Archives for Research on Women
Found in 77 Collections and/or Records:
Power of Women is a Georgia State University student organization affiliated with the Women's Studies Institute. The Clothesline Project is a display created by survivors of violence and those in support of survivors. The collection consists of the 80 T-shirts and two quilts displayed at the Power of Women's 3rd Annual Clothesline Project, March 18-22, 2002, as well as printed materials relating to the event.
Qiyamah A. Rahman has been a social worker and a Unitarian Universalist minister. The Qiyamah A. Rahman Papers, 1981-2018, comprise manuscripts and notes, printed material, textiles, and artifacts. The papers document Rahman's engagement with the issues of domestic violence and women's rights in the United Stats as well as Ghana, South Africa, and St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Refugee Women's Network is a national nonprofit organization created by women for women in 1995, that focuses on enhancing refugee and immigrant women's strengths, skills, and courage through leadership training, education and advocacy. Its records, 1989-2012, consist of correspondence, minutes, printed material, financial records, artifacts, textiles, photographs, and sound and audiovisual recordings.
The collection is comprised of paperworks, watercolors and an autobiography.
The Sisters of No Mercy, feminist theater troupe, performed for more than three years in the early 1980s. Scripts, newsletters, newspaper clippings, research materials and photographs make up the records of the Sisters of No Mercy's performances at activist and feminist events in the Atlanta, Georgia area.
Susan May established the Council on Battered Women, and, as President of the Board and then Director, she nurtured a small task force to become a broadly-based community organization and built a comprehensive program of crisis line, shelter, children's program, and educational services. Her papers, 1979-circa 1985, include printed material, correspondence, and an original manuscript by a Council on Battered Women staff member.
Pay equity studies, the Tampa Women's Center, the University of South Florida Women's Studies Program, a series of local newspapers and journals, and Women's Centers were the roots of the Women's movement in Tampa. The collection consists of articles, journals and pamphlets concerning women's issues in the early 1970s.
Former GSU student assistant Wesley Chenault donated this collection, comprised of one feminist magnet.
Women Business Owners Inc., of Atlanta was an organization made up of women business owners. This organization is responsible for founding the Atlanta Womens Fund, now known as the Atlanta Women's Fund. The organization's records, 1979-1992, contain printed materials, photographs, artifacts, and records concerning this organization.
The Women's Events Collection is an artificial collection formed of items relating to events and exhibits about women's history or women's issues.
Formed in 1985, the Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence works through multiple avenues to combat domestic violence in DeKalb County. The records (1995-2010) are comprised of newsletters, annual reports, news clippings, event invitations, programs and photographs, and an apron.