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Women

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Denver Women's Social Union Club Records

 Collection
Identifier: M022
Overview The Denver Women's Social Union Club was founded in 1898 as a mutual-aid society by members of the Social Science Department of the Women's Club of Denver and was called the Social Union. The club was formed to benefit poor and working-class women and their families living in the Delgany neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Mary C. C. Bradford, Colorado educator and political activist, was considered ''the mother of the Social Union'' because of her involvement in the early years of the Union. ...
Dates: 1908-1973

Older Women's League Denver Chapter Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M269
Overview

Older Women's League was founded in 1980 after a White House Conference on Aging in Des Moines, Iowa. Its mission was to be an advocate for older women, from the recognition of the value of their work (paid and unpaid), to health care for all. Issues such as Social Security, caregiving, pension reform were addressed in Mother's Day campaigns. The Denver Chapter participated in all the activities of the national branch, as well as having its own newsletter and gatherings.

Dates: 1981-2009

Sistah Network Records

 Collection
Identifier: U324
Overview Established in 2012, the Sistah Network provides women who identify as Black, in graduate programs across the University of Denver, opportunities for academic and professional development. To do this work well, the Sistah Network also promotes and facilitates the psychological, social, and emotional success of Black women in graduate programs. The collection consists of papers documenting the formation, history, mission, and activities of this women's group at the University of Denver.
Dates: 2013 - 2015

Women's Interfaith Group Denver Records

 Collection
Identifier: B410
Overview The Women’s interfaith Group records cover the entirety of the group’s existence, 1988-2019. The collection contains administrative records, photographs, and articles, clippings and publications relating to religious topics during the three decades the group was active.
Dates: 1982-2019