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General Progressive sites Global Feminist sites Environmental issues
Indigenous, Anti-imperial, Third World issues Labor and community issues Educational and Information Resources
 
General Progressive web sites
Alliance for Democracy http://www.afd-online.org/index.htm
Activist Net:  The World Revolution is a new large-scale activist social movement for progressive social change . It attempts to resolve in a definitive and comprehensive manner the major social problems of our world and our era. http://www.activistnet.org/
Democratic Socialists of America   http://www.dsausa.org/dsa.html
Citizens for a Democratic Renaissance http://cyberjournal.org
Jay's Leftist &  'Progressive'  Internet Resources Directory http://www.neravt.com/left/
Metro DC Committee of Correspondence  http://www.dccofc.org/
The New Party http://www.newparty.org/ 
OneWorld.net is an internet community of 476 human rights and sustainable development orgs  http://www.oneworld.net/partners/index.html
Peace and Conflict: The left and democratic side http://www.uni-muenster.de/PeaCon/linkall/greleft.html
The Progressive Labor Party rejects all forms of nationalism and is trying to build one international party, not separate national parties in each country. http://www.plp.org/#info
Project South  http://www.projectsouth.org/projectsouth/index1.html
Social Democrats [Political Parties and Youth Organizations around the World] http://www.sv.uit.no/seksjon/statsvit/engver/links/polpar/socialde.htm
WTO-Seattle:  Seattle organization focuses on the World Trade Organization's effects on the public. www.seattlewto.org
World Socialist Web Site., 4th international http://www.wsws.org/
World Parliament of the United Peoples  http://www.unitedpeoples.net/
Mobilization for Global Justice -April 16 IMF demo in DC
 
 
Global Feminist sites
 WIDE: NETWORK WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT EUROPE
This the Activist Net  listing of many of the feminism, women's studies, or women-related sources on the net. http://www.activistnet.org/ResourcePages/Women.html
The GLOBAL FUND FOR WOMEN, incorporated in 1987, has public charity, nontaxable, 501(c)(3) status in the United  States. We are a non-endowed foundation and rely on the annual support of many generous individuals, foundations, and corporations. We do not fund inside the United States, although we support the efforts of women's funds working on similar issues in this country. http://www.globalfundforwomen.org/
Network of East-West Women 
The Network of East-West Women links women across national and regional boundaries to share resources, knowledgem and skills. NEWW's mission is to empower women and girls throughout the East (Central and Eastern Europe, and NIS and the Russian Federation) and the West by dialogue, networking, campaigns, and educational and informational exchanges.  http://www.neww.org/
The Center for Women's Global Leadership (Global Center) develops and facilitates women's leadership for 
women's human rights and social justice worldwide. http://www.cwgl.rutgers.edu/aboutgc.html 
 
United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women. Part of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) of the United Nations Secretariat, advocates the improvement of the status of the women of the world and the achievement of their equality with men.  http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/
Sisterhood Is Global Institute  An international organization dedicated to the support and promotion of women's rights at  the local, national, regional, and global levels. With members in 70 countries, and a network  of more than 1300 individuals and organizations worldwide, SIGI works toward empowering  women and developing leadership through human rights education. http://www.sigi.org/
 
Environmental issues
 
Jay's Leftist & 'Progressive' Internet Resources Directory
Environmental Activism and Issues Links http://www.neravt.com/left/environ.htm
Activist Net Environmental Links http://www.worldrevolution.org/GuidePages/Environment.htm
GREEN-LINK - An Environmental Starting Point -Links to all your favorite green places! http://www.nwlink.com/~van/greenlnk.html
Greenpeace http://www.greenpeace.org/
 
Indigenous, Anti-imperial, and Third World issues
Center for World Indigenous Studies www.cwis.org/
MINUGUA is the United Nations Mission to Guatemala  http://www.un.org/Depts/minugua/
Native American Homepages  http://www.pitt.edu/~lmitten/indians.html
Ya Basta, Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional www.ezln.org/
 
 
Labor and community issues
ACORN  Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now. Who is on the streets, in the neighborhoods, in the workplaces and on the airwaves organizing and building power for low and moderate-income Americans? http://www.acorn.org/
National Labor Committee. Education fund in Support of Worker and Human Rights in Central America http://www.nlcnet.org/ 
Institute for Economic Democracy http://www.slonet.org/~ied/
Sweatshop Watch  is a coalition of labor, community, civil rights, immigrant rights, women's and religious organizations, and individuals committed to eliminating sweatshop conditions in the garment industry. We believe that workers should be earning a living wage in a safe and decent working environment, and that those who benefit the most from the exploitation of sweatshop workers must be held accountable. http://www.sweatshopwatch.org/swatch/ 
 
UE Labor Page "UE" is the abbreviation for United Electrical, Machine Workers of America, a democratic national  union representing some 35,000 workers in a wide variety of manufacturing, public sector and  non-profit sector jobs. UE is an independent union (not affiliated with the AFL-CIO) proud of its democratic structure and progressive policies.  www.ranknfile-ue.org/
Unions on the Internet www.nt.net/%7Etorino/fedlist.htm
Industrial Workers of the World -- The Wobblies
 
 
Educational and Information Resources
The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) in 1990. APC is an international coalition of progressive computer networks and to date includes 25 wholly autonomous but affiliated members and 40 partners. APC provides effective and efficient communications and information-sharing tools to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and citizen activists working for social change in more than 130 countries. http://www2.apc.org/english/about.html
Center for Cuban Studies  http://www.cubaupdate.org/
Capitalism, Nature, Socialism A Leftist Green Scholarly Journal  http://gate.cruzio.com/~cns/
Communications for a Sustainable Future csf.colorado.edu
Institute for Global Communications: The nonprofit Institute for Global Communications (IGC) changed the way the progressive community worked by introducing them to e-mail, online discussions, mailing lists and the Web. Today IGC Internet offers progressive individuals and groups a place on the Internet to learn, meet and organize. http://www.igc.org/igc/
Journal of World-Systems Research http://jwsr.ucr.edu/
Latin America Network Information Center http://www.lanic.utexas.edu/
Fernand Braudel Center Newsletter http://fbc.binghamton.edu/nwsleter.htm
Left Business Observer http://www.panix.com/~dhenwood/LBO_home.html
RADIO FREE MAINE: voices of the left http://staging.cyborganic.net/People/rfm/RadioFreeMaine.html
Washington Office on Latin America www.wola.org/
World-Systems Archive /wsarch.html