DePaul University Libraries
Women
1Fraga, Teresa
Description: The Teresa Fraga papers, donated in 2010, document her service and commitment to community organizations, especially the Pilsen Neighbors Community Council.
Restrictions: In library use only
2Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV)
Description: ICADV was founded in 1978 to provide a voice for local women's agencies. The organizational records were deposited in 2003, through collaborative programs with faculty and students in the Women?s and Gender Studies Program at DePaul.
Restrictions: In library use only
3La Leche League
Description: La Leche League was formed in 1956, in Franklin Park, Illinois, by a group of seven mothers who wanted to provide breastfeeding help and support to interested women. The organizational records of La Leche League were transferred to DePaul University Special Collections and Archives in 2006.
Restrictions: In library use only
4Ladies of Charity of United States of America (LCUSA)
Description: The Ladies of Charity provide services to the sick and the poor in the United States. The National Board of LCUSA deposited their records in June of 2002.
Restrictions: In library use only
5Luellen, Michelle
Description: Michelle Luellen donated her zine collection to DePaul in 2006. Many of the zines reflect an interest in feminism and activism.
Restrictions: In library use only
6Moseley, Kathy
Description: Kathy Moseley, creator of Chicago zine Semi Bold, donated her personal collection of zines in 2000. Her collecting interests included women's issues.
Restrictions: In library use only
7Mujeres Latinas en Accion (MLEA)
Description: MLEA founded in 1973 and located in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood, provides social services to Latina women and their families. The organizational records were deposited in May 2006.
Restrictions: In library use only
8Nolan, Kim
Description: Kim Nolan donated her zine collection to DePaul in 1997. Nolan?s involvement in the early 1990s hardcore and straight-edge music scene, as well as her interest in feminism and activism, is evident throughout the collection.
Restrictions: In library use only
9Prejean Papers
Description: Personal papers of Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ, noted advocate for death-row inmates and death penalty opponent. The papers include her correspondence with death row inmates, records documenting her work with anti-death penalty organizations, and manuscripts of her books Dead Man Walking and Death of Innocents. She donated her papers to DePaul University in December 2010.
Restrictions: In library use only
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10Wadud, Amina
Description: Amina Wadud is an Islamic scholar and feminist who wrote the book Qur'an and Women published in 1992. She donated her papers to the DePaul University Archives' Islam in America Collection in June 2008.
Restrictions: In library use only
11Women's Caucus of Modern Language Association (WCMLA)
Description: The WCMLA is a division of the Modern Languages Association (MLA).
Restrictions: In library use only
12Women's Watchcare Network Collection
Description: The Women?s Watchcare Network (WWN) was formed in 1989 in response to increased violence and incidents of racial and religious intolerance occurring in the state of Arkansas.The clipping files contained within this collection create a snapshot of crime and social issues in Arkansas from 1988-2003 and primarily document violence against women.
Restrictions: In library use only
13Women, Writing, and Incarceration Project
Description: The Women, Writing and Incarceration Project (WWIP) was formed through a School for New Learning class taught by Professor Ann Stanford at DePaul University. This class developed out of the ?Windows to Freedom? library program at Cook County Jail, which was begun by community activists in 1996. The WWIP class was offered from 2001 to 2005.
Restrictions: In library use only