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The Women's Archives Center collects, organizes, stores and provides historical and other materials of women and women's groups throughout Japan.
Half a century after women over 21 got the vote, Jill Craigie argued that the movement had been maligned and misunderstood by.
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National Archives for Black Women’s History (formerly the National Council of Negro Women’s National Library, Archives, and Museum) is an archive located at 3300 Hubbard Rd, Landover, Maryland. It is dedicated to cataloguing, restoring and preserving the documents and photographs of African American women. The collection work began in 1935 and was formalized into the National Archives.
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Archives of Women’s Mental Health is the official journal of Marcé Society, the North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology (NASPOG) and the International Association for Women’s Mental Health (IAWMH). The exchange of knowledge between psychiatrists and obstetrician-gynecologists is one of the major aims of the journal. Its international scope.
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