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Campus Women Lead

Fall 2002

Volume 32
Number 1

30 Years of Title IX

Director's Outlook

From Where I Sit

Featured Topic

In Brief

National Initiative

Global Perspective

Data Connection



For Your Bookshelf

Equity Links
National Women's Law Center
National Women's Law Center Web Site

The National Women's Law Center is a leader in the struggle to ensure that women and girls have equal educational opportunities and works tirelessly for the vigorous enforcement of Title IX.

Women's Sports Foundation presents Geena Take Aim

Created with the help of Geena Davis, Oscar winning actress and accomplished archer, Geena Takes Aim provides links to a Title IX library of resources to learn about the law. Geena Takes Aim is directed to students in middle school, high school, and college to empower them to know their rights in sports and to teach them pracitical ways to deal with situations they face which may not be fair or may be illegal. Parents, coaches, and others are encouraged to make use of the tools this site offers.

Office of Civil Rights on Title IX

U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights is charged with enforcing Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. This web site offers an overview of Title IX as well as information on how to file a discrimination complaint with the Office of Civil Rights.

Women's Equity Resource Center

Women's Educational Equity Act (WEEA) Equity Resource Center, a national project promoting bias-free education, offers a bevy of resources on Title IX, including answers to frequently asked questions and a directory of state and federal Educational Equity organizations and contacts.

Fawcett Society

Named for Millicent Garrett Fawcett, head of the largest women's suffrage organization in the nineteenth century, the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, the UK-based Fawcett Society has been promoting women's rights since 1866. The Society works at a local and national level to raise awareness of gender inequity. Areas of work include: Financial Security, Work/Life Balance, Educational Choice, Represenation, Autonomy, Equal Treatment

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