A personal collection of general and background references, media resources, and groups.
A commercial service for finding discussions in many newsgroups
ONE/Northwest library's very useful effort "to help you get online" and make effective use of digital communications in your conservation work.
The Electronic Activist provides email addresses for elected officials and the media.
Project Underground addresses the impacts of mineral and oil company activities on both the environment and native peoples.
Links human and social service agencies throughout the United States.
The Institute for Global Communications has links to hundreds of progressive organizations. Has an extensive index to progressive issues.
Media Alliance is a Bay Area organization dedicated to promoting diversity of voices in the media. They offer training in computers, media advocacy, editing, and writing.
General information about using the Internet for organizing and outreach, links to technology policy sites and a list of resources for activism.
The State PIRGs do work in numerous advocacy areas--including democracy, higher education, the environment, and consumer issues. The PIRGs target issues with lawsuites, action alerts, petitions and informational reports.
Extensive listings of San Francisco Bay Area Progressive organizations. Calendar and keyword search.
WebActive is a complication of activist websites, and also features Real Audio broadcasts of Jim Hightower's radio commentaries.
A "socially responsible" commercial long distance phone company that donates 1% of their revenues to non-profit action groups.
This project at Trace Center, U Wisconsin, is dedicated to cooperative efforts linked toward building a more usable Web - for all. At the present time, there are a number of interlocking and inter-related efforts accessed from this page.
The World Wide Web consortium (W3C) offers this list of resources, guidelines, and specifications to help make it possible for people with disabilities to interact as never before.
A summary of news about information technology, provided three times a week as a service by EDUCAUSE, a Washington, D.C.-based consortium of leading colleges and universities seeking to transform education through the use of information technology.
Educom's coalition of institutions and organizations to create new collegiate learning environments that harness the power of information technology to improve the quality of teaching and learning, contain or reduce rising costs, and provide greater access to American higher education.
Activists can fax or email Congress from this site.
Bipartisan online electoral information, links to online voter guides and candidate web pages, plus online reports on campaign contributions.
This Web site provides contact information and background on members of Congress.
One-of-a-kind directory of every secretary of state and corporations division state office in America. Links, phone and fax numbers and email addresses when available.
The Taxpayer Assets Project (TAP) was founded by Ralph Nader in 1988 to monitor the management and sale of government property.
Thomas is the U.S. government's online legislative resources.
The alternative wire/syndication service of the Institute for Alternative Journalism.
Computer news site with links to news.
A collection of online media-watch resources.
Monitors news and features, photos and other media for fairness, accuracy and balance.
Explores the issue of propaganda.
San Francisco Bay Area media contacts. Email contacts and places to search.
A news/feature service reporting from 40 countries and linking over 100 women journalists.
Impact Online provides an online clearinghouse for volunteer opportunities with non-profit organizations.
A website that helps progressive organizations and socially responsible companies communicate.
Also main site: http://www.pj.org
Philanthrophy Links provides links to grantmaking foundations and other resources of interest to non-profit organizations. Their main site also offers philanthropy news and features updated every business day, a free e-mail newsletter, and a free monthly print version.
A non-profit computer network for activist women.
Extensive resources on all aspects of civil liberties, including ACLU history and legal cases.
Resources on Internet censorship issues.
Resources promoting tolerance and information on threats to civil liberties.
Extensive resources on Internet censorship and other technology policy issues.
Excellent resource on all aspects of electronic privacy.
An illustrated archive on censorship
Comprehensive information on how to avoid junk E-mail.
The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse has fact sheets and other useful information on privacy.
An eclectic mix of politics, entertainment, and cyberculture.
Articles from Mother Jones magazine and links to other useful sites.
A comprehensive daily guide to cyberspace.
Publishes original materials on culture, politics, personality.
A 'zine-style wire of women's issues and links to women's sites on the Web.
NetAction thanks Judi Clark of ManyMedia for assistance updating, and
Richard Petersen of z san francisco (http://www.zpub.com/sf/),
and Erik Strom
for past assistance in creating and updating this resource page.