WOMEN with DISABILITIES - LINKS

The Olimpias Performance Research Projects - My collaborative work centers around experiences between individually embodied life and social knowledge: works have addressed what it means to be disabled, be in pain, be stigmatised by a mental health diagnosis or experience mental distress, be poor, or be old, be a rural or urban dweller.

Action femmes handicapées Montréal - Web site and news group for French speaking women with disabilities (also available in English)

Women and Disability Resources - http://members.tripod.com/~Barbara_Robertson/Women.html
These are social, academic, activist, and just-for-fun on-line resources on women and disability, collected by Barbara Robertson.

Resources for Women with Disabilities - http://www.igc.org/pwd/women.htm
From the Institute on Global Communications(IGC) web page.

Berkeley Planning Associates - http://www.bpacal.com
BPA develops publications on issues important to women with disabilities, including caregiver abuse and domestic violence; barriers to alcohol and drug services; including girls with disabilities in youth programs; and reproductive issues for women with disabilities. Check their web site for ordering information.

GimpGirl On-Line Community - http://www.gimpgirl.com/
Since 1998, GimpGirl Community has been an organization run by women with disabilities to support the lives of others in our community through various forms of Internet technologies. We hold weekly support and empowerment meetings, seminars, and public discussions on topics relevant to our community, all on-line.

Women with Disabilities - Australia (WWDA) - http://www.wwda.org.au/
Information on issues related to women with disabilities.

Education Wife Assault (EWA)- http://www.womanabuseprevention.com
A non-profit organization located in Toronto, Canada whose sole purpose is prevention of women abuse through education. Our work also focuses on gay and lesbian domestic violence and homophobia.
Many abused women with disabilities are not aware of the resources available to them and are less likely to seek help when being abused. Our website now includes a free searchable directory of services for abused women with disabilities in seven cities in Ontario, Canada.

My Not-So-Secret Life as a Cyborg - http://users.netmatters.co.uk/ju90/ju90.htm

Women of Color Web - http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/grhf/WoC/
A
n exciting on-line initiative that offers an electronic space to explore the intersection of gender and "race" on topics such as feminism, sexuality, and reproductive health and rights.

ETHNIC MINORITIES with DISABILITIES
Disability Advocates of Minorities Organization (DAMO)

P.O. Box 31024
Oakland, CA 94604
Call Leroy Moore at (415) 841-5953 or
Gary Gray at (510) 234-5278
DAMO is established to represent and promote the welfare and the equalization of opportunity for disabled people of African, Mexican, Asian, Hispanic origin and other ethnic minorities through the encouragement and development of education, self-advocacy training, networking and consulting.
DAMO's monthly meetings and support group held at:
351 15th Street in Oakland CA
1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at 12:00pm

SEXUALITY

National Deaf Queer Resource Center - http://www.deafqueer.org
Founded by Deaf lesbian Dragonsani Renteria.

Sexual Health Network - http://www.sexualhealth.com
The Sexual Health Network is dedicated to providing easy access to sexuality information, education, counseling, therapy, medical attention, and other sexuality resources for people with disability, illness, or other health related problems.

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