Monday, October 13, 2008

WOMEN SOLIDARITY USA(TM) - Changing Minds for Women Equality(TM)

This is the Official WOMEN SOLIDARITY USA(TM) Blogger page. For updated information, please visit WOMEN SOLIDARITY USA on Twitter and Facebook. See the links on this page.

*An Information Internet Portal & Social Media Community on Equal Opportunity Issues* 

  • To aspire and encourage equal opportunity in the workplace, education, athletics, and retirement, and to inform the public of those equal opportunity issues
  • To encourage equal opportunity in permanent government and corporate policy
  • To support the implementation of the Equal Rights Amendment and Equal Pay legislation
  • To encourage and expose positive portrayals of women in the media and advertising
  • To honor and celebrate Women's Herstory
  • To inspire and encourage young women to be women's rights activists, and to support them in our shared common goals
  • To support our global sisters in their pursuit for equal opportunity and economic justice
        Inspiring Equal Rights and Opportunities for Women 
"We'll Fight Until THEY Get It Right!"™ 
  • Media -- Changing Minds for Women Equality(TM)
    • Exposing Positive Media Coverage Advocating Women Equality Issues
    • "The Media Can Change Minds, Get the Word Out!"™


Book Shelf

  • Defining Women: Television and the Case of Cagney and Lacey- Julie D'Acci
  • Prime-Time Feminism: Television, Media Culture, and the Women's Movement Since 1970- Bonnie J. Dow
  • Women Labor Activists in the Movies: Nine Depictions of Workplace Organizers, 1954-2005- Jennifer L. Borda


  • 9 To 5- Dolly Parton
  • I Am Woman- Helen Reddy
  • I Will Survive- Gloria Gaynor
  • Respect- Aretha Franklin
  • Sisters Are Doin‘ It For Themselves- Aretha Franklin and Annie Lennox


  • Cagney & Lacey
  • Charlie's Angels
  • Dr. Quinn, Medicine Women
  • Kate & Allie
  • Mary Tyler Moore
  • Murphy Brown
  • One Day at a Time
  • That Girl


  • Nine To Five (9to5)
  • Norma Rae
  • North Country
  • Silkwood

Do you support an Equal Rights Amendment to the United States of America's Constitution?