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SOME U.S.A. TRADESWOMEN ORGANIZATIONS
(Note: These sites were active at time of entry. Be patient and if the site doesn't work, just type in the name of the organization in your browser and look it up that way.) And sometimes you have to press CRTL and left click at the same time. If you want to get to the sites just DO IT!!!

ALASKA WOMEN'S NETWORK    www.alaskawomensnetwork.org
CHICAGO WOMEN IN TRADES    www.chicagowomenintrades.org
CLUW Coalition of Labor Union Women    www.cluw.org
HARD HATTED WOMEN    www.hardhattedwomen.org
IBEW LOCAL 46 WOMEN'S GROUP   www.ibew46.org/justforwomen.html
MISSOURI WOMEN IN TRADES   www.mowit.org
Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW) www.new-nyc.org 





NAT. ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION     www.nawic.org
NAT.  ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN MASONRY   www.nawmonline.net
OREGON TRADESWOMEN   www.tradeswomen.net
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION     www.pwcusa.org
SISTERS IN THE BROTHERHOOD UBC (Carpenters)
sistersinthebrotherhood.info
Sisters In The Building Trades (Chatter Page)   sistersinthebuildingtrades.org   
TRADESWOMEN, INC     www.tradeswomen.org
VERMONT WORKS FOR WOMEN    www.vtworksforwomen.org
W.I.N.T.E.R. Women in Non Traditional Employment Roles    www.winterwomen.org
WASHINGTON WOMEN IN TRADES    www.wawomenintrades.com  
WOMEN IN TRUCKING   www.womenintrucking.org 

TRADESWOMEN ORGANIZATIONS IN OTHER PART OF THE WORLD

Women and Manual Trades (WAMT) is the national organisation for tradeswomen and women training in the trades based in London England. Formed in 1975.  http://www.wamt.org/
(Australia) Supporting and Linking Tradeswomen SALT www.saltaustralia.org
SAWIC So. Africa Women in Construction    email for info to:  ingridv@dbsa.org
CAWC Canadian Association of Women in Construction   www.cawic.ca
NAWIC Australia     www.nawic.com.au
NAWIC New Zealand    www.nawic.org.nz
NAWIC United Kingdom    www.nawic.co.uk
SISTERS IN THE TRADES -  CANADA    www.sistersinthetrades.org
CANADIAN CONSTRUCTION WOMEN    (CCW)  www.constructionwomen.org
Women In Workboots Canada http://www.womeninworkboots.ca

EQUAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES San Francisco CA (Equal Rights and Economic Opportunities for women and girls). For questions about your legal rights call the Advice and Counseling Line: 1-800-839-4372. Leave a message at ANY time. A counselor will call back. Visit www.equalrights.org for more info. See bottom of ERA Home Page “Review ERA’s Know Your Rights Brochures. Tradeswomen Legal Rights are at the end of the list on the right side of the page.

Equal Rights Advocates is a proud member of the Taskforce on Tradeswomen issues which unites local, regional and national expertise and action to support tradeswomen and women who want access to these occupations. As part of their continuing commitment to advancing the conversation of employment issues faced by women in the trades they are proud to announce that going forward they will be hosting a weekly feature (Tradeswomen Tuesdays) profiling a woman in the trades. This platform is meant to provide a space for tradeswomen to give a firsthand perspective on their careers. go to http://www.equalrights.org/tradeswomen-tuesdays-cecilia-a-carpenter-from-nyc/

GENDER EQUALITY PRINCIPLES INITIATIVE (GEP) San Francisco CA is a project to help businessess around the world achieve greater gender equality and build more productive workplaces. The interactive GEP website, http://www.genderprinciples.org contains Principles 1 & 6 in particular that relate to women in nontraditional employment.

Check out the Oakland/ East Bay Chaptor (30) of the National Association of Women in Construction: www.nawicgreatereastbay.com

FAMILY VALUES @ WORK is a national network of 21 state and local coaltions helping spur the growing movement for family-friendly workplace policies such as paid sick days and family leave insurance. Find out more about this organization by visiting their website www.familyvaluesatwork.org 


The San Francisco State University Labor Archives and Research Center as a Facebook page now. (You don't have to be a Facebook member to look at it.) Recent photo album contains photos of Rosies.
For those facebook members...be sure to check out Sisters in the Building Trades and ask to be a  friend.  This group has great videos and magazine articles etc that you can upload for free.