1: "Representative Gwen Cherry insuring her vote gets noticed."
From The Florida Photographic Collection, Political Collection. Call
Number: PT02673. Between 1970 and 1979. Representative Gwen Cherry
was the first African-American women in Florida's legislature. http://fpc.dos.state.fl.us
2 "Happy Family," from From Love Makes a Family: Living
in Lesbian and Gay Families. Photo credit Gigi Kaeser. Family
Diversity Project. http://www.familydiv.org/
2 From "Women in the Old Country." American Memory Historical
Collections for the National Digital Library. Call Number NV9-HM46-10.
3a "Sojourner Truth." National Photo Collection (Library
of Congress). American Memory Historical Collections for the National
Digital Library. Item in BIOG FILE - Truth, Sojourner, d. 1883. http://memory.loc.gov/
From "Uzbec Women and Children. " Photo Credit: K. Flamos.
Original Context: http://gwu.edu/~kflamos/uzbek7.htm
3b Columbia College Graduates. www.college.columbia.edu
From First Feast Collection, 2001. Photo Credit: Marin Gillis.
1 "Quilter," from American Memory Historical Collections
for the National Digital Library.
From "Nahavo Woman and Twins." Between 1914-30. American
Memory Historical Collections for the National Digital Library. Call
Numbewr X-33012 http://memory.loc.gov/
1 "Suffragettes Voting New York," 1917. National Photo Collection
(Library of Congress). American Memory Historical Collections for
the National Digital Library. Call Number: LOT 12351-10
From "Reconciliation: Aboriginal Children Stolen."(Austr.)
2 From the bookcover for: Does your Mama Know: An Anthology of
Black Lesbian Coming Out Stories. Edited by lisa c. moore "The
voices in does your mama know? share the stories of Black lesbians
making the proverbial 'way out of no way' on the edge of self definition.
It is a catalog of our longing, our grief, our innocence, our triumph
and above all, our love." -R. Erica Doyle. Original Context: http://www.dnai.com/~seajay/fbn/fbn98/lesnf.html
3a Frida Kahlo by Frida Kahlo. From the cover of W. Chadwick, Women
Artists and the Surrealist Movement.
3 "Chiapas Women" From www.igc.org/sjpc/images/totzil.jpg.
Photo Credit: Bill Hackwell.
3b Eve From"Macabre Representation of the Tree of Knowledge and
Death." Woodcut by Jost Amman, from Jacob Rueff's De conceptu
et generatione hominis, printed by Peter Fabricus, Frankfurt, 1587.
From Medieval Macabre. http://www.godecookery.com/macabre/gallery3/macabre3.htm
7, 4. From "Women in Taliban Afghanistan. " Photo Credit:
Saeed Khan. Muslim Women's League. Original Context: http://www.afghanweb.com/woman/talibanwomen.html
and 4, 1 Greek Maiden Statue (Kori).
1 "Purple Woman Sign." Original context lost in the cyber-aether.
2 From "Lucretia Coffin Mott Postcard." 1897 National American
Woman Suffrage Association Collection (Library of Congress). http://memory.loc.gov/
2a "Tree Woman" From Ana Mendieta, Arbol de la Vida 294
(Tree of Life), 1977. Photo of earth-body work with tree and mud executed
at Old Man's Creek, Iowa City, Iowa. (50.8x33.6cm). Collection of
Ignacio Mendieta. Estate of Ana Mendieta and Galerie Lelong, NY. Also
found in Margaret Barlow, Women Artists (Hugh Lauter Levin,
2000): 281. For more info on Mendieta, see: http://www.hungryflower.com/leorem/mendieta.html
"Latin American Market Scene." Free Clipart from www.artoday.com
2b "Women Demonstrate in Kenya" from Amnesty International.
Original context www.amnesty-usa.org/
"Korean Women" from Unesco Courier: http://www.unesco.org/courier/2000_06/uk/doss25.htm
3 . "Soas Woman," PBS Ancestors in America. Original Context:
Web design from National Asian American Telecommunications Association: