- From Human Rights Watch, a report on Violence Against Girls. From the press release, "The 51st UN Commission on the Status of Women, beginning February 27, 2007, will focus on the elimination of discrimination and violence against the girl child. Human Rights Watch background papers prepared for this session summarize recent research on violence against girls in more than 15 countries, with a focus on violence in education, child labor, and juvenile justice systems." Worth a look. This is what prompted me to make a post. I found this one via Docuticker.
- The National Park Service's National Register of Historical Places has a list of places that illustrate and celebrate women's history listed in the National Register of Historical Places.
- Here is the site of the National Women's History Project for resources and other ideas.
- From FREE (Federal Resources for Educational Excellence), a feature of teaching materials for women's history. FREE makes available teaching resources from various government agencies. This is a good government resource for school teachers and educators.
- From the Media Awareness Network, a report on the portrayal of women in the media. The link leads to the introduction. Follow the other links on the page to get the various parts of the report.
- The Library of Congress also has a feature for Women's History Month.
Crossposted to Gypsy Librarian on Vox and to Alchemical Thoughts.