How Did Women Peace Activists respond to "Red Scare" Attacks during the 1920s?

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

The WILPF website includes a history of the organization, activist updates on important current issues such as human rights violations and racism, as well as information about membership and internship opportunities at the organization.

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

This website explains the history, principles, and membership requirements of the DAR, as well as providing links to information about the DAR's geneology library, the work of the organization, and how to contact the group.

Red Scare (1918-1921)

This image database, maintained by Leo Robert Klein at Baruch College, includes a brief history of the Red Scare, 1918-1921.

Jane Addams

This site provides detailed biographical information about Jane Addams (1860-1935), including, among other things, facts about her childhood, her educational achievements, and her work at Hull House. A list of Additional Resources is also provided.

Carrie Chapman Catt

A site maintained at Iowa State University that contains links to online materials written by or about Carrie Chapman Catt.

Dorothy Detzer Papers

An introduction to the Dorothy Detzer Papers in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

Swarthmore College Peace Collection

This online collection offers an exhibit of their collection and links to related databases.

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