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Catalyst an organizations that supports women in business through research materials, information for entrepreneurs, and events and news. Catalyst produces reports on the status of women in the business world, and publishes them on this website.
This public art project remembers the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911. On March 25, volunteers go throughout Manhattan, drawing and writing the names of those killed in the fire with chalk. There is video here of previous years, and information about the project and future events.
Another archive of historical images, this time provided by Cornell, of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, which fought for the rights of working women beginning in the 1920's in New York.
A searchable database of primary sources (photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, etc.) from individual women and women's movement's in American history. You can sort by period, states, types of resources, and the topics of collections. A great resource!
A collection of online, digitized manuscripts, letters, diaries, images, and more from women working in America before and during early labor and feminist movements. A look into the lives of women working in farming, medicine, physics, and more.