Women of Color Resource Center

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The Women of Color Resource Center was founded in 1990 by Linda Burnham and Miriam Ching Louie; Burnham served as its Executive Director for 18 years.[1][2] It includes five objectives: Women’s Human Rights, Popular Education, Welfare, Peace and Justice, and Sisters of Fire. Women of Color Resource Center’s Mission reads:

Founded in 1990, the Women of Color Resource Center (WCRC) is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area and promotes the political, economic, social and cultural well being of women and girls of color in the United States. Informed by a social justice perspective that takes into account the status of women internationally, WCRC is committed to organizing and educating women of color across lines of race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, class, sexual orientation, physical ability and age.


  1. ^ "1% Feminism". openDemocracy. 29 August 2015. 
  2. ^ "Linda Burnham — She's Beautiful When She's Angry". Shesbeautifulwhenshesangry.com. Retrieved 2017-05-12. 

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  • Alkalimat, Abdul. The African American Experience in Cyberspace. Pluto Press, 2004.

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