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Additional records of National Abortion Rights Action League, 1967-2004 (inclusive), 1975-1990 (bulk)
Correspondence and memos; annual plans; budget and financial material; board, committee, and staff meeting minutes, agenda, notes, etc.; state affiliate reports; annual meeting planning material, agenda, and audiovisual material; advertising materials; clippings; training materials; etc., of the National Abortion Rights Action League. Also includes the organization's website.
Collection includes audiotapes of Caucus activities such as committee meetings, luncheons, convention proceedings and speeches, candidate training sessions and critiques, and radio and live appearances featuring the NWPC or its representatives and founders. Also included are campaign strategy slide shows with accompanying audio.
Records of the National Abortion Rights Action League, a national lobbying and membership organization devoted first to obtaining, and later to maintaining, the availability of safe, legal abortion.
Collection consists of newsletters from state affiliates of NARAL as well as newsletters of unaffiliated groups and organizations in the United States.
Collection consists of printed material from NARAL-affiliated organizations in the United States and Canada.
Collection consists of newsletters and printed ephemera from affiliates of the National Women's Political Caucus.
Official files, correspondence, and printed material of the New York State branch of the National Woman's Party collected by Jeannette Augustus Marks, writer, lecturer, educator, and feminist.
Papers of Kay Dickersin, professor of epidemiology, advocate for breast cancer survivors and increased funding for breast cancer research; also includes the papers of fellow activists Patricia Barr, Annette Drummond, and Mary Jo Kahn.
Journal, photographs, scrapbooks, writings, etc., of Maud Wood Park, suffragist, civic reformer, and writer. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.
Papers of Esther Peterson, labor, education, women's rights, and consumer affairs advocate.
Records of Bass and Howes, Inc., a public policy consulting and lobbying firm founded in 1986, include administrative, financial, client, and subject files; photographs; audiotapes; videotapes; and memorabilia.
Records of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) document its efforts on behalf of women's rights and an end to violence against women through lobbying the state legislature, advocating before government agencies, and organizing public demonstrations.
Board records, financial documents, and correspondence of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, the Massachusetts affiliate of NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Records, including by-laws, minutes, correspondence, and legal documents, of the Women's Bar Association of Massachusetts, an organization founded to promote the advancement of women in the legal profession and the interests of women in society.
Addenda to the records of the Women's Equity Action League (WEAL), a national membership organization with state affiliates, founded in 1968 and dedicated to improving the status and lives of all women primarily through education, litigation, and legislation.
Minutes, annual reports, financial records, legislative campaign material, membership records, training materials, publications, photographs, memorabilia, audiovisual material, and clippings of the Women's State-Wide Legislative Network of Massachusetts, a grassroots advocacy organization for women.
Collection includes motion pictures or videotapes of Caucus activities such as committee meetings, luncheons, convention proceedings and speeches, candidate training sessions and critiques, and television appearances featuring the National Women's Political Caucus or its representatives and founders. Also included is a sample of entries by National Women's Political Caucus's media award (EMMA) winners.
By-laws, minutes, correspondence, etc., of the Women's Equity Action League of Massachusetts, which was "committed to the economic development and advancement of Massachusetts women."