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You may wonder why some of the above-listed topics are included in
our Community page.
From our perspective, taking care of oneself is an essential
prerequisite to successful participation in, and contribution to,
one's community, regardless of how that community is defined.
- Melanie's First Web Page
This is site is clever and adorable. It also has links for anyone who wants, has,
or is about to have, a baby.
- Yahoo's Society and Culture: Birth: Birth Announcements
Announce your baby's birth!
- APA - Helping Children Cope
The American Psychological Association has a web page on psychology's response to the Oklahoma City bombing; however this
information is also valuable for helping children cope with stress and trauma in general.
- The CANDII Program
A non-profit interdenominational organization formed to serve the needs of children affected by HIV in Southeastern Virginia.
- Family Planet
Starwave's offering includes parenting advice, links thousands of
family resources, and local/regional events calendars.
- Family World
A collaboration of more than 40 monthly parenting publications, with
information and articles concerning education, links to Internet
resources for parents, children and schools, and a great list of
events and activities in your area.
- KidsPeace: The National Center For Kids In Crisis
A national non-profit organization providing information on
parenting. If you have children, this is certainly worth a visit.
- The Progress of Nations 1995
This UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund) page provides their
annual report ranking the nations of the world according to their
achievements in child health, nutrition, education, family planning,
and progress for women.
A grassroots organization whose goal is to create a child-safe
environment on the Internet through rating, filtering and parental
- Touchstone Support Network
A non-profit volunteer organization that provides emotional and practical support services for children with chronic or
life-threatening illnesses. The site also provides good links to other resources for health care for children.
- Yahoo - Society and Culture:Children
- Blacksburg, VA Electronic Village
An entire town has gotten "wired."
- The Carter Center
A nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy institute founded in 1982 by former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, dedicated to
fighting disease, hunger, poverty, conflict, and oppression.
- CLNet (Chicano/Latino Electronic Network)
Library, virtual museum, community center, and more.
- The Genealogy Home Page
- Lawrence J. Magid
This site contains articles dealing with social commentary or online safety.
- The Local Village by Esther Dyson
Sprint hosts this cyberchat/forum area where the topic is Culture and Community.
The National Materials Exchange Network (NMEN) at Earthcycle, a non-profit project, lets you to list just about anything on a
sell-and-swap basis. This site is also designed for industrial recycling.
- The Nobel Foundation
Find out about the Nobel Prize winners in various categories, awarded in October.
- Plugged In
This is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing the
technological resources available in Silicon Valley to low-income
youth and families in East Palo Alto and nearby communities.
- TAP: The ADA Project
Resources for Women in Computing
- United Nations Links
provided by the United Nations Volunteers
Includes information on the UN's 50th Anniversary celebration.
- WebChat Broadcasting System (WBS)
Live chat for Usenet newsgroups.
- The Well on Community
Peruse this archive for an interesting discussion on community, virtual and otherwise.
An information resource exclusively for and about women and girls online.
We know lotsa you guys have been hangin' out there.
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