The Advocate — The national gay and lesbian newsmagazine Internet site
Domestic Goddess AKA “Scribbling Women” — A Domestic Goddess is a woman writer who wrote novels, poetry, and other types of writing about specifically “domestic” types of things. This website deals with American women writers from the period between 1830–1920 (or so). In particular, domestic novels featured the home, the hearth, children, and relationships between women, as well as other issues. In short, they were (are) about women’s issues.
E/The Environmental Magazine — E’s founders sought to create an independent newsstand-quality publication on environmental issues—a magazine that could educate, inspire, and empower Americans to make a difference for the environment.
MotherJones — Mother Jones is a magazine of investigation and ideas for independent thinkers. Provocative and unexpected articles inform readers and inspire action toward positive social change. Colorful and personal, Mother Jones challenges conventional wisdom, exposes abuses of power, helps redefine stubborn problems, and offers fresh solutions.
National Green Pages 2000 — The Green Pages is an on-line directory of thousands of socially and environmentally responsible businesses, products, and services. You’ll find special offers and discounts on products you need every day. And there are information and tips on “green shopping” and how to support companies which do well by doing good. Use it often because products and offers are continually updated and expanded.
National Journal of Sexual Orientation Law — The National Journal of Sexual Orientation Law is the first on-line law journal in the country and the second devoted exclusively to legal issues affecting lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals.
Radiance Online: The Magazine for Large Women — Radiance: The Magazine for Large Women is an upbeat, positive, glossy, colorful, quarterly magazine for women all sizes of large. Since its beginning in 1984, Radiance has grown to become one of the leading sources of support, information, and inspiration in the worldwide Size Acceptance Movement.
Roll Call: Plug into Congress Online — Roll Call is widely regarded as the leading source for Congressional news and information both inside the Beltway and beyond. Since 1955, Roll Call has been the newspaper of Capitol Hill, giving members of Congress a way to communicate with one another across the aisle, between chambers, and beyond party affiliations.
Stateline.org — Stateline.org was founded in order to help journalists, policy makers, and engaged citizens become better informed about innovative public policies. We will follow the development of major issues as they appear on the public agenda in a critical number of states. These issues will change over time, but they now include: welfare reform; utility deregulation; taxes and budgets; healthcare especially as it relates to children and the right to die; and education, especially the manner in which public schools are financed.
Utne Reader On-line — Founded in 1984 by Eric Utne, Utne Reader reprints the best articles from over 2,000 alternative media sources bringing you the latest ideas and trends emerging in our culture... Provocative writing from diverse perspectives... Insightful analysis of art and media... Down-to-earth news and resources you can use... In-depth coverage of compelling people and issues that affect your life... The best of the alternative media.
Women in Judaism: Multidisciplinary Journal and Contemporary Writings — The Multidisciplinary Journal is an academic, refereed journal published exclusively on the Internet, devoted to scholarly debate on gender-related issues in Judaism. The Contemporary Writings is a collection of non-refereed articles featuring new midrash and a variety of essays on contemporary issues published exclusively on the Internet. It is also devoted to gender-related issues in Judaism.
Women Writers Zine: an independent guide to internet resources...women reading, writing, talking... — It is the goal of this siteto be the definitive guide to women writers on the ’Net. (And, also to have some fun.) Women writers are a force to be reckoned with as the over 300 (and growing) links on this site shows....and we don’t need any compensation from a big corporate muckety muck to talk about it.
YES! A Journal of Positive Futures — The network’s goal is to enhance the power of people working to create a more just, sustainable, and compassionate future by increasing their public visibility, their sense of interconnection, and their access to visions, tools, stories, and techniques for change. To that end, the network publishes YES! A Journal of Positive Futures, which combines analysis of key problems with news of actions people are taking in the United States and around the world to create a more positive future. Stories commonly report on similar actions in many places that reveal patterns that show the potential for significant social change.
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