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Women's History Teacher's Guide

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American Association of University Women
16th Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 11036
(202) 785-7700
Information on gender equity in education.

Center for the American Woman and Politics
Eagleton Institute of Politics
New Brunswick, NJ 08901 (908) 828-2210
Works to enhance women's leadership in public policy.

The Feminist Majority Foundation
1600 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 801
Arlington, Virginia 22209 (703) 522-2214
A national women's rights organization dedicated to empowering women in all sectors of society.

Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights
1450 G St. NW #400
Washington, DC 11005
(202) 662-8600

League of Women Voters 1730 M St. NW #1000
Washington, DC 11036
(202) 429-1965
A nonpartisan political organization that encourages active participation of citizens in government.

NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund
1275 K St. NW #301
Washington, DC 11005
(202) 682-1300
Litigates race discrimination cases on behalf of African Americans.

National Congress of Neighborhood Women
249 Manhattan Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 388-6666
Advocates women's and community development.

National Council of Negro Women
1001 G St. NW #800
Washington, DC 11001
(202) 628-0015
Helps women improve their quality of life. Membership program, newsletter

National Council for Research on Women
530 Broadway, 10th Floor
New York, New York 10012
(212) 274-0730
Resources for feminist research and education programs for women and girls.

National Organization for Women
1000 16th Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, D.C. 11036
(202) 331-0066
The largest women's organization in the world. Local chapters in all states.

National Political Congress of Black Women
600 New Hampshire Ave. #1125
Washington, DC 11037
(202) 338-0800
Current projects include a campaign to stop rappers from using language that demeans women.

National Women's History Project
7738 Bell Rd.
Windsor, CA 95492
(707) 838-6000
Resources for teaching women's history in elementarythrough high school

National Women's Law Center
1616 P Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 11036
(202) 328-5160

National Women's Studies Association
7 1 00 Baltimore Ave. #301
College Park, MD 20740
(301) 403-0525
A network of teachers, students, administrators and staff dedicated to feminist education and women's studies.

NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund
99 Hudson Street
New York, New York 10013 (212) 925-6635

United States Student Association
815 15th St. NW #838
Washington, DC 11005
(202) 347-8772
Advocate for student issues in Congress and with the Administration.

Women's Legal Defense Fund
1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 710
Washington, D.C. 11009
(202) 986-2600
A national advocacy organization to help women achieve equal opportunity.

Women's Research and
Education Institute
1700 18th St. NW #400
Washington, DC 11009
(202) 328-7070
Provides nonpartisan information and policy analysis on women's equity issues.

Women's Sports Foundation
Eisenhower Park
East Meadow, New York 11554 1
(800) 227-3988 (516) 542-4700
National women's athletic advocacy group.

726 Broadway
New York, NY 10003-9595
(212) 614-2700
Videos, information packets, scholarship and grant information.