Women for a Change: A Grassroots Guide to Activism and Politics

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Index
Boldface page numbers indicate main essays. The letter q following a page number indicates a quotation.A
abolition movement 171-172
abortion 21, 68, 101-102, 126, 202
Abortion Cartoons on Demand ( Signe Wilkinson) 101
Abzug, Bella205
Accuracy in Media 140
ACORN see Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now
activist groups 68-72
Activist's Almanac, The: The Concerned Citizen's Guide to the Leading Advocacy Organizations in America ( David Walls) 127, 130
ACTWU see Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers' Union
ADA see Americans with Disabilities Act
Ada County, Idaho202
Addams, Jane181q
AFDC see Aid to Families with Dependent Children
AFL-CIO Organizing Institute see American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) Organizing Institute
African-Americans
education 104, 169
elected officials 146, 240
environment 122
health care 78
law enforcement 12
music as activism 101
organizations 146, 147
African-American Women in Defense of Ourselves 147
AFSCME see American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees
AIDS Action Council259
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) 78
Aitcheson, Susan181
Alaska Women's Lobby 69
Alinsky, Saul130
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers' Union (ACTWU)96
American Association of University Women 259
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) Organizing Institute129, 259
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)128-129, 259
American Linen Company94-95
American Nurses Association Political Action Committee (ANA-PAC)21-22, 259
American Society of Training and Development 143, 259
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 98, 161
American Telephone and Telegraph Co.see AT&T Corp.
America Online 259
Amnesty International 75
ANA-PAC see American Nurses Association Political Action Committee
Anatomy ora Hearing (League of Women Voters)136
Anderson, Adrienne187
Anglican Church of England (Episcopalian) 22
anti-violence groups 69
Arredondo, Lani132
Ashrawi, Hanan12
Association of Business and Professional Women in Construction181
Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN)125, 259
Astaire, Fred236
AT&T Corp.48
Auger, Carol42
B
Baca, Polly241q
background briefings 139
Backlash: The Undeclared War Against American Women ( Susan Faludi) 25
"backwards timeline" 143
Backyard Revolution, The ( Harry Boyte) 130
Bagdikian, Ben56
banks 58

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