ORGANIZING, NETWORKING & POLITICAL ACTION: LINKS

Women Count - a national non-partisan media campaign and educational program that challenges every woman to exercise her right to vote. — www.womencount.org

CANTERA - Popular Education and Communication Center
www.oneworld.org/cantera/education

The DataCenter - ImpactResearch — www.igc.org/datacenter/ir/index.html

American Civil Liberties Union — www.aclu.org

NativeWeb — www.nativeweb.org

Schools Not Jails — www.schoolsnotjails.com

Third Wave Foundation — www.thirdwavefoundation.org

Casa Bonampak — www.casabonampak.com

Blu Magazine — www.blumagazine.net

Media Watch — www.mediawatch.com

Rapstation — www.rapstation.com

Women’s Institute for Leadership Development — www.wildhr.org

Youth Empowerment Center — www.youthec.org/frontpage.html


WEBSITES FOR ONLINE ACTIVISTS

AlterNet — www.alternet.org/
AlterNet provides a news service of alternative information for community organizers.

The Center for Policy Alternatives — www.cfpa.org/progdirectory/
The Center for Policy Alternatives presents an online directory of progressive organizations working on state issues.

Compass Point — www.compasspoint.org
Includes "MediaNet," an online tutorial about public and media relations using the Internet.

Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility — www.cpsr.org
The grandma of all online activism organizations: Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility

EFF — www.eff.org
The Electronic Frontier Foundation deals with "rights" in cyberspace.

Handsnet — www.handsnet.org
An online community for activists dealing with issues around hunger, homelessness, and people in need.

IGC — www.igc.org
The home of anti-racism-net, peacenet, womensnet, and econet. Includes changing tips for activists and an electronic newsletter for activists.

Net Action — www.netaction.org
Includes "The Virtual Activist," an online handbook for those who want to use electronic tools to organize.

The Organizer's Collaborative — www.organizenow.net/
The Organizer's Collaborative works to make "computers accessible as a tool in support of community-based, social change organizing."


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