Recommended by Dr. Carol Williams
According to Baba: A Collaborative Oral History of Sudbury's Ukrainian Community
ActiveHistory.ca - Teaching the Legacy of the Sixties Scoop and Addressing Ongoing Child Welfare Inequality in the Classroom
American Physical Society: Women Physicists Speakers List - no longer being maintained by APS (October 2022)
anneslist: Highlighting Female Systems Neuroscientists
BearPaw Full-Length Legal Education Videos
Click! The Ongoing Feminist Revolution
Conducting Research on Residential Schools: A Guide to the Records of the Indian and Inuit Affairs Program and Related Resources at Library and Archives Canada
Emma Goldman Papers - University of California
The Fight's Not Over - "This podcast explores the 1970 Abortion Caravan on its 51st anniversary, in the midst of a global pandemic, including its history and its implications for today."
For Want of a Home - video on homelessness and LGBTQ youth
Indigenous Feminisms Power Panel
Judith Butler, DLitt - McGill 2013 Honorary Doctorate Address
Looking Back to Look Forward: Resources Exploring Black Prairie Experiences
Making Gay History: The Podcast
Margaret Sanger Papers Project - New York University
mediaINDIGENA - Interactive Indigenous Insight
Native Media Archives - Vision Maker Media
National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls - Library
Nature of Writing - instructional videos
People of Color Also Know Stuff
Protest Songs & Lyrics: Historical, Social Justice & Human Rights Songs
Reconciliation Rising Podcast
Regina Kunzel interview on her article "The Power of Queer History"
A Select Annotated Bibliography Regarding Bill C-31, Indian Registration and Band Membership, Aboriginal Identity, Women and Gender Issues
Sexting History Podcasts
Shekon Neechie: An Indigenous History Site
Spare Rib - Archived content (1972 - 1993) from the British Library
The State of Reproductive Health in Alberta: A Q&A with Dr. Carol Williams
Transgender Media Portal
Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools
Women Also Know History
Women in Astronomy Database
Women Film Pioneers Project
Women Make Movies (WMM)
Women Suffrage and Beyond
Recommended by Dr. Caroline Hodes
Charter Challenge to Homelessness and Violations of the Right to Adequate Housing in Canada: Tanudjaja v. Canada
Human Rights Resources - The Office of the Gender & Women's Studies Librarian at University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries
Osgoode Hall Law School Digital Commons
Project Diana (Human Rights Cases) - Yale University - Lillian Goldman Law Library
R. v. Wagar Court Transcripts
Stanford Rape Case Court Documents: People v. Brock Allen Turner
Supreme Court of Canada - Additional Records
Women's Human Rights Resources - Bora Laskin Law Library
Digital Transgender Archive (my thanks to Leona Jacobs for recommending this one! Canadian content is discoverable by going to the "browse by map" function)
Paula's List of Lists (resources to combat conference "manels" and media underrepresentation of diverse scholars).
500 Queer Scientists - creates opportunities for community connections and greater visibility for LGBTQ+ people and their allies within STEM.
500 Women Scientists - includes the "Request a Woman in STEMM" search.
American Physical Society speaker lists - separate physicist lists for women and minorities. (dead links, emailed APS for update Oct. 11/22)
Anneslist - highlights women in neuroscience.
Cite Black Women - "engages with social media, aesthetic representation (our t-shirts) and public dialogue to push people to critically rethink the politics of race gender and knowledge production."
Directory of Women in Machine Learning
Diverse Sources - created for journalists working on a deadline, this list connects them with underrepresented experts in science, health, and the environment.
Diversify Chemistry list
Earth Science Women's Network - a non-profit organization "lifts all scientists and moves the geosciences forward."
Informed Opinions - a non-profit organization that has been working to amplify women's voices in the media since 1980. Searchable database here.
People of Color Also Know Stuff - promote scholars of color in Political Science. In addition to their experts database, they also have mentoring info to support grad students.
Reflect Reality - a list of lists! Leads to lists of women experts across a variety of sectors.
Sourcelist - provides a diverse pool of experts on tech policy.
Women Also Know History - promotes the work of women in History.
Women Also Know Law - provides a searchable database of women and non-binary people in the discipline.
WomenAlsoKnowStuff - promotes the work of women in Political Science by providing a database of relevant experts for syllabi, conferences, media contacts, etc.
Women Are Boring - dedicated to highlighting research by women in all fields of academia and to facilitating interdisciplinary scholarship.
Women in theoretical/computational chemistry, material science, and biochemistry - provides a directory.