The Challenge to Act describes the values-based public visions of women activists involved in progressive movements for change.
DOWNLOAD REPORT This report is the second in [...]
The Status of Women of Color in Minnesota provides the first focused look at key data from the United States Census on women of color in the state. It is presented as a stimulus and a tool for leaders and communities.
This report is the first in a series on women’s work as leaders and activists in religious, and particularly interfaith, social justice organizations.
This report is part of a set of The Status of Women in the States reports released in 2004.
Women in the United States have achieved great advances [...]
In 2000, Robert Putnam’s book Bowling Alone called attention to a compelling problem: a decline in levels of social capital, or community connectedness, across the United States.
This Briefing Paper analyzes women’s roles as victims, supporters, and opponents of violence, terrorism, and militarism.