This interactive museum attempts to define the German word "heimat", or homeland. This project includes text, photos and sounds that define the heimat in its virtual museum. This project invites all to stay and participate in this festival of the region.
A Masters thesis by Tim North takes an anthropological look at the culture of the Internet and Usenet. It explores the Internet's affects on users.
Included is an online soap opera called As the Web Turns. Also get a hold of Metzger Associates home page, past episodes of As the Web Turns, and read feedback episodes.
An internet cafe site project at Fakultaet Gestaltung and Fakultaet Informatik at HAB-Weimar -University.
The Big Time Television home page acts as the infoserver for people who want to keep up. You'll find the unofficial Pogues home page, Film at Eleven, a Webzine for Northwestern, Poeticus, The Walking Man Project, the World's Most Dangerous Writing Game, The Net.Viking home page, Virtual Valhalla, the H.P. Lovecraft Image Gallery, and Big Time's eL train, linking you to the best of the Web.
The Brain Crust offers a romp through the cyberspace of mind and mindless matter, containing many indexed links. This site may take a little longer to load up, but it's definitely worth checking out. It's also updated with new additions regularly.
Cafe Internet Adelaide, South Australia's site providing easy internet access in a friendly cafe environment. Web surfing, IRC, Telneting, Email Box Rental, Web Site construction, and nice coffee.
An collection of scholarly resources, reports, papers, and syllabi addressing the emergence of the online community, other social institutions in and through networks.
The alt.cyberpunk.chatsubo archive is a collection of stories of on-line cyberpunk science fiction. Any chatsubo stories that are sent in, or are taken from the newsgroup, are included.
The Church of Scientology documents the conflict between themselves and the Internet/Usenet community. An extensive set of links to first-person accounts, legal papers, newspaper and magazine articles are included.
If you think you are a geek, or just want others to know about your life, for example, your computer abilities and assimilation level into net.culture, inquire within.
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, CPSR, realistically addresses the assessments of the power, promise, and problems of information technology. Intended to provide information to the public, and policy makers.
The Cu Digest home page is a weekly newsletter including debates, news, research, and discussions of legal, social, and other issues that are related to computer culture.
CS/EP 142: Computers and Society is a course that addresses social, legal, ethical, and economic aspects of computing.
LOW BANDWIDTH a wealth of pictures, art, and other inclusions meant for users with high impatience for inline images, or a slow connection to the internet. HIGH BANDWIDTH brings you an index full of images.
Culture Shock Cafe's site which describes itself as a multi-user dimension on the Web; a Virtual Cafe where people could interact with other people, experience different kinds of art, and, of course, touch up their looks in a virtual bathroom.
Cyber Cafe Guide's site, a regularly updated collection of information, URLs, email contacts, etc. for and about Cyber Cafes around the world, i.e. private enterprise cafes with real coffee and computers.
Cyber Friends is a company which specializes in desktop publishing, HTML publishing, 3D modeling, logos, newsletters, menus, fliers, business cards, and other types of art. A portfolio is available.
Britannica Online's site, CybEr CafE, is an on-line project catering to the Specialty Coffee Industry and dedicated to furthering coffee education. Hosts of the CybEr CafE forum include various coffee experts in the gourmet coffee industry along with those coffee companies who have opted to house their interactive catalogs on CybEr CafE's server.
CyberCottage is a work in progress. CyberCottage is where we come to (virtually) have fun, hang-out, and get away from it all.
CyberJava's site describing itself as a full service coffee house, patio seating, events, CU-SeeMe, T1 line access, and Training seminars in Venice CA.
The Cybermancer Homepage offers virtual tarot card readings. Desiree, the enchantress, enlighten those who desire insights into their destiny via email.
Cybermind is a mailing list that is devoted to the assessment of philosophical, psychological and psychoanalytic issues emerging in cyberspace.
This document is meant to be a continuance of the Future Culture FAQ, by Andy Hawks. It should be used as a starting point for users new to the internet.
Cyber Punk Research Labs page includes Bauhaus CyberSpace, Skule Of Cyberspace Architecture, Information Nation, the World Wide Web Developer's Club, and the Toronto chapter.
CyberSpace Cafe's site for the first Internet Cafe in New Zealand, offering 9 terminals and full cafe menu.
Cyberspace: The New Frontier explores social and ethical issues of Cyberspace. A description of the lecture series sponsored by the University of Idaho is included.
Topics discussed here are Shamanism, Psychological Heresy, Political Corrections, Omega Point, Philosophy, Thought Crime, an entheogenic Garden, Hyperspace, and more.
Imagees, text, audio, and movie files are included that are based on various digital journey themes.
Eek.a.geek Internet cafe based Toronto, Canada provides links to many interesting, (and subversive) sites. Pictures, video clips, on-line art exhibits and more.
This is an invitation to send an electronic postcard! The recipient will be notified by email that a postcard has been sent. The recipient will be instructed on how to pick it up.
Emoticon Ltd. provides information about The Emoticon Shop, which in support of the EFF, sells the original Emoticon T-shirt designed by English designer Nicki Black. Don't expect a basic smiley, it's a little more subtle than that. An extended Emoticon Dictionary/Listing also is available.
Information is available for those interested in Austria. Information included is on the Austrian culture, tourist interests, shopping and entertainment.
Information on what Extropians are. Extropian interests that are explored include transhumanism, futurist philosophy, life extension, cryonics, robotics and artificial intelligence, smart drugs, intelligence-intensifying technologies, personality uploading, and other practical applications of neuroscience, artificial life, nanocomputers and molecular nanotechnology, memetics, experimental free communities in space and on the oceans, effective thinking, information filtering, life management, and self-transformative psychology.
First Cyberchurch of the Scientific God seeks to establish new religion based on love of God and Mankind with good science as a foundation.
Florida's Virtual Market Place is provided by Power Images' PowerWeb, a company that specializes in online advertising and graphics services. The Market Place has Featured Sites, In the News, and Business, Legal and Travel Connections.
FutureCulture is a mailing list that focuses on cyberculture, especially related to virtual communities and the influence of technology on society. Items of interest include technoculture, new edge, cyberculture, cyberspace and the Internet, virtual reality, the computer underground, Cyberpunk (literary and cultural movements), raves and rave culture, media, virtual communities, and social and public policy issues.
The Global Net Cafe is a UK cafe bar/restaurant that combines 21st century technology with the attraction of the Internet and a complimentary global approach to its menu and service.
HotWired: Club Wired is the place to participate in weekly live Club Wired events with guests such as Laurie Anderson, Malcolm McLaren, Richard Dawkins, Douglas Coupland, Bruce Sterling, Joey Ramone, and Martin Amis. Real-time conversations with other HotWired members from all over the world.
First internet cafe in the South West of England. Macintosh based with excellent in-house DTP and design facilities, a high-bandwidth connection into the net and great coffee.
The InterEarth Cafe is Central Oklahoma's first Internet Cafe. We serve organically grown coffee with strong Internet connections, and a variety of sandwiches and salads with vegetarian soups and entrees.
The Internationale Stadt of Berlin is a combination of a local community network and a virtual community.
The Internet C@fe is a Honolulu based cybercafe with news, internet links, virtual marketplace and gallery, etc.
Internet Cafe in New York City where one can have a cup of coffee, buy a magazine, explore the net, play CD-ROMs and games of all kinds and listen to an eclectic music collection.
Internet Works Home Page promotes Seattle based artists, businesses and organizations on the internet.
Site dedicated to The Jayhawk series, by Mary K. Kuhner. This is an archive of the story serialized in 144 parts; the individual stories are stored in the order that she posted them to the net. Novel length serial set in a fantasy cyberpunk world.
Lilprog City, a site with a variety of topics including sports, music, links to related Internet sites including newsgroups. Features latest HTML techniques.
Linenoiz e-zine, a Web/e-zine focusing on Cyberpunk as both a literary genre and a cultural movement. Articles on art, music, events and anything else.
Linus vs. Tanenbaum, a site dedicated to extracts of a discussion between Andy Tanenbaum and Linus Benedict Torvalds about kernel design, free software, and more. Only contributions from the main actors are included.
Lucidcafé brings to cyberspace the age-old tradition of the Coffeehouse. Offers fresh-roasted premium coffee and a stimulating, intellectually rich portfolio of information and images.
Music, animation, and strange, apocalyptic newsgroup postings originating from the future describe a world at war, caused by economic chaos, with scattered groups of heroic cyberwarriors leading a brave antiwar movement.
AJL Cyberculture Web Pages provides this growing list of cyberculture topics covering virtual reality, cyberpunk, virtual communaities, e-zines, and multimedia.
Australia's first internet cafe - 6 PC's, food, coffee, training, supervisor-hosts, vibrant atmosphere in sunny St. Kilda, home of alternative culture in Melbourne.
NeXus is a series of interconnected minds whose purpose is to enjoy the wide breadth of possibilities that the net may hold. A great stop on - links to techno, music, social, and bizzare....
The Noncyclopedia of Cyberspace's site a growing "noncyclopedia," is the work of a group called Cybaria - the largest non-existing philosophical society of the netage. Within NoC, the myths and facts of cyberspace will be explained and an enhanced, comprehensive system of reality will be established.
OMNi WWDC WWW Site is a distribution centre for ideas, projects and minds of it's members as unusual software, books and music archives and information. Provides information about society, web administration and cyberculture.
The Pronoia Home Page is a site dedicated to the subject of pronoi--the suspicion others are conspiring behind your back TO HELP YOU (and you them)!
Psybernet home page details the organization's focus on the psychological aspects of tele-computing including experimental exploration of Cyberspace.
Psychedelic psyberspace page providing links to psychedelic music, mind bending visualizations, etc.
Relationships Online's site focuses on the phenomenon of online relationships - friendship, penpals, or romantic. When we go online, we tend to form relationships whether it's using email, participating in online forums, or by email.
European Information Society, a site conveying the results of a study 3Com commissioned in order to gain a clearer view of the current status and future potential of Europe's Information Society.
A site where artists, patrons, galleries, publications and others interested in the art world can come together to discuss ideas, share tips, network and buy and sell art.
Online service based in San Franicso dedicated to providing a common culture to those who have little in common via public access terminals in 25 San Francisco coffee houses.
Signature Museum is a site that collects the e-mail signature footers of different e-mail users and arranges them by category as their contents would indicate.
On-line resource for an experimental class offered at the University of Pennsylvania on the Social Implications of Information Technologies.
Site is the on-line report of an Exploratory Aspen Workshop Prepared by: Bruce Murray, California Institute of Technology on "How Can New Interactive Communication Technology Enhance Harmonious and Functional Communities at all Scales Worldwide?"
Site with 16 sections including music and film bytes, extreme sports, literature, travel, pro sports, humor, college sports, live chat with CuSeeMe, and more.
Issues/topics to be addressed include the philosophical understanding of technology and where technologies of all kinds will be taking humanity in the future.
Site contains cyberpunk culture information on magazines, fiction and non-fiction books, usenet, punk games, etc.
Site of UnderWorld Industries (UWI) is to serve as a common name and reference for all locations ("nodes") that wish to share information with other UWI nodes. UWI is not a business, corporation, or entity. Each UWI node can be as different as it pleases, as long as it agrees (or at least tries) to adhere to the fundamental "purposes" of spreading information and encouraging free thinking.
Site is an Online VR-bibliography of available online sources on Virtual Communities, some non- classical European sources.
Planet 9 Studios' site called VIRTUAL SOMA. Using a specially modified portion of their larger San Francisco model, VIRTUAL SOMA, the first 3D city model to be viewed in real time on the Internet. SOMA (South of Market Street Area) is the neighborhood in San Francisco where most of the Internet software and animation development happens.
The Internet Cafe, whose aim is to provide Scotland and the Internet community with a dedicated Scottish service.
Site dedicated to answering the question, "What is a Geek?" Someone who just uses their computer for work, but doesn't spend their free time "on line" is not a geek. Most geeks are technically adept and have a great love of computers, but not all geeks are programming wizards.
Site collecting articles on a wide array of subjects loosely connected with the notion that Cyberspace can or cannot be ruled.
Site offers collections of articles, animations, and ruminations on pop culture, technology, and other issues of interest to cyberspace denizens.
Site to remember those that have experienced death, and to pray for others who lave lost loved ones.
This is a placement of death notices for information purposes and tells you how to list the death notice of someone whose death you think should be announced on-line.
International information service dealing with end-of-life issues and the rights of the terminally ill.
An invaluable resource for materials on death and dying. Covers the history of euthanasia from Nazi Germany to the Netherlands - and beyond; features selected essays on Euthanasia by euthanasia authority and noted author Derek Humphry; and has a glossary of terms and concepts on the subject.
A comprehensive listing of groups, contact names and addresses of members of the World Federation of Right to Die Societes. Features the Euthanasia World Directory and has information on the biennial World Euthanasia Conference .
This is a list of commemorative homepages combining text, graphics, sound and video. Accepts submissions such as obituaries and commemorative homepages and includes an "Alphabetical Guide to Obituaries."
Variety of resources related to death, dying, bereavement, and major emotional and physical losses. Offers info in directories and interactive communication facilities oriented to both professionals and lay persons.
Derek Humphry's Home Page containing Hemlock Society founder Derek Humphrey's biography detailing his 50-year journalism career and his work regarding assisted suicide.
This page tells you how to order LIFE SHOULD NOT BE A SENTENCE T-Shirts for those interested in either changing Canada's law regarding assisted suicide, or for those who, in general, support the concept of assisted suicide. The message on the front is "LIFE shouldn't be a SENTENCE" and the back message is "AMEND SECTION 241(B)" (a reference to the 104-year-old section of Canada's Criminal Code which forbids aiding a suicide). The shirts are designed by Ruth von Fuchs, head of the Toronto Area chapter of The Right to Die Society of Canada.
Austin Bastable, a Canadian paralyzed from multiple sclerosis, announced in September, 1995 that he would be seeking an assisted suicide before the end of the year. This page has news from The Right to Die Society of Canada and features Bastable's messages and points of view.
When a loved one dies, how family and friends can provide a legal, dignified and inexpensive funeral without professional help.
Information regarding The Right to Die Society of Canada. The Right to Die Society of Canada was formed in 1991 to change Canadian law to permit choice-in-dying. The Society claims to be the only organization in the world committed to new research in euthanasia and assisted suicide. The RTDSC has a Canadian focus, but is international in its range of services.
Millions of Americans suffer from depression--80% can be effectively treated, but only 30% seek help and of that number. Slightly more than half are accurately diagnosed and receive appropriate treatment. SAVE's mission is suicide education and to be a voice for suicide survivors.
This is the Save Austin Bastable Home Page, sponsored by: Campaign Life Coalition British Columbia P.O. Box 175, 7101-C, 120th Street Delta, B.C. Canada V4E 2A0 Telephone: (604) 534-4828. In response to Austin Bastable, a Canadian victim of multiple sclerosis, and his efforts to seek death by euthanasia, this organization claims that assisted suicide and euthanasia laws are wrong.
This is a place where anyone can be remembered. Users can create a memorial for people and pets, submit requests about people who have died and access Genealogical Resources from Ireland and the UK.
The World Wide Cemetery was established April 28, 1995 as a place where Internet users, their families and friends can erect permanent monuments to their dead.
Runs several programs dedicated to the care of people approaching death and increasing our understanding of our own impermanence.
A sometimes humorous site concerning different aspects and related topics about baldness. Includes pages regarding the Baldness Hall of Fame, proud bald men on the Web, Bald Pride and Organizations, and music for, by, and about bald headed men.
The Ethnic Heritage Council is a private, non-profit umbrella organization which promotes ethnic diversity and cross-cultural understanding in the Pacific Northwest. The site includes information about events, services, publications and contributors .
This database contains campus, local, national and international academic material relating to the following areas of diversity as defined by the Office of Human Relations at the University of Maryland at College Park: age, class, disability, ethnicity, gender, national origin, race, religion & sexual orientation.
This electronic publication advocates universal recognition of mixed-race individuals as constituting a separate "racial" entity and supports the initiative to establish a multiracial category on the 2000 Census. In addition to in-depth interviews with notable opinion-leaders from within the mixed-race, multiracial community, IV makes available information on the numerous interracial advocacy groups in America and spotlights different ones.
JustCause was formed to work toward the elimination of prejudice and hate. It works to discourage racism, prejudice and homophobia through the use of media campaigns that promote tolerance and diversity. It keeps its members up-to-date and offers suggestions as to what we can do on an individual level to discourage hate and prejudice in our own communities.
The Multicultural Alliance is an advocate for diversity in schools, helping elementary, secondary and postsecondary institutions realize the need to work together to ensure the best education for all children. Its mission: To help public and private schools increase and support racial, cultural and ethnic diversity within their institutions.
Standards is an international journal of multicultural studies.Its aim is to engage visual artists, writers, and thinkers around the world in an active dialogue on the appearance and effectiveness of "cultural" and "postcolonial" studies. It presents the works of a few of those authors whose names have long been on the frontlines of cross-cultural activism as well as introducing the works of new writers and artists.
Information about a documentary of domestic violence hosted by Kathleen Turner and Denise Brown. Provides links to sites with domestic violence information and resources.
Provides over 40 information sheets which provide concise and up-to-date material on issues such as the depressed child, teen suicide, stepfamily problems and child sexual abuse.
A daily summary of health, safety, education, and political news affecting families. Includes news and advice on parenting, movie reviews, guides to children's products, fun stuff for kids, and local activities calendars.
A site operated by an organization committed to preventing domestic violence. Includes personal stories, suggestions for action, and links to other sites with domestic violence resources and information.
a collaboration of more than 40 monthly parenting publications. Includes monthly feature articles, information and articles concerning education, and links to Internet resources for parents, children and schools.
A collection of resources, references, conference information, and teaching aids examining issues of violence and abuse. Includes an art gallery of art by child witnesses of domestic violence.
The Welfare and Families Page carries new articles, reports, and other information about the national debate over welfare reform and family issues, much of the material from leading policy research and advocacy organizations.
Studies, testimonials, research on the topic of husband battering. Includes links to other men's issue topics.
A social and service information provider. Gives immunization schedules, recalled toy listings, disability information and support services, poisonous plant information, and child abuse prevention hotlines.
Information about Raphael House, a nonprofit human services organization providing a foundation of hope for victims of domestic violence and based in Portland, Oregon.
Domestic violence resources. Includes important phone numbers, statistics, a handbook on domestic violence, and bibliographies.
Agencies and other women resources intended to help those in need of protection. It also contains bibliographies, statistics and a domestic violence handbook with a warning list and safety plan.
A chronological list of 60 articles produced by The Standard-Times of New Bedford, Ma. following six months of investigating domestic violence.
Contains information about Chic Full Figure Fashion Newspaper, published monthly and featuring apparel industry news, fashion resources for plus sized, big and tall, women, men and children. Online advertising rate card and virtual Chic Expo boots available.
This server provides access to Fashion Net, a service dedicated to the fashion industry. The site is designed to serve as the Internet's global meeting point for the world of fashion.
An online magazine covering current trends in fashion. The articles have entertainment as well as reference value.
The Golden Shears site presents a view of the diverse fashion talent in the San Francisco Bay Area. This was the first fashion show to be available online.
This page contains information about the Internet Center for Canadian Fashion and Design, a meeting place for the fashion and design industry.
This server contains information about Labyrinth Modular Clothing, which offers feminine, beautiful and affordable one-size-fits-all cotton clothing for women.
Welcome to the lipstick page. The goal of this site is to create a lipstick library where you can find (or list) your old favorites and find new ones.
Menswear Unlimited in Baltimore is proud to be the first tailored men's clothing store to open its own Web site, answering the question, "Why should you consider buying men's tailored clothing on the Internet?"
Want to stay on top of innovations about slippers in the future? This is part of a course offered by the MIT media lab. See what it takes to be consigned to the Useless Pages.
This VALS Interactive Server, SRI International's Values and Lifestyles (VALS) program server invites users to explore VALS type via the Internet. This interactive server allows personality typing according to the VALS system and examination of survey data about psychographic types.
A page dedicated to Live Action gaming throughout the world in White Wolf Game Studio's World of Darkness.
Dedicated to all things vampire. Includes Prose, Poems, Pictures, Links, alt.vampyres newsgroup information, and the alt.vampyres frequently-asked questions (FAQ) file.
A page maintained by the Academie Vampirica to promote the understanding and study of the vampire myth as it exists across cultures, in modern pop-culture and in film and literature.
Madison By Night is a Registered Student Organization with the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A place for mature role-players to engage in interactive drama.
A directory of Vampire: The Masquerade files of New York in the World of Darkness. Character descriptions, places, nightclubs, politics, and new clans can be browsed and downloaded.
The Sabbat home page. Contains files used in Mind's Eye Theatre campaigns in Media, PA and the Pennsylvania State University in State College, PA.
Dedicated to the history, ships, and weapons of pirates. Includes pictures of pirate ships, historical documents, maps, and links to other sources of pirate information.
Contains sections on the Facts, legends and Myths of Piracy, A Pirates Who's Who of the Caribbean, A bibliography of Piracy, Notorious places of pirate lore, and the Definition and History of Piracy. Also includes pictures of weapons, ships, flags, and historically-significant pirates.
The Prince is an exclusively Vampire live-action role playing game that explores Camarilla politicking. The situation focuses on one of the most tense possible--the establishment of a new Prince.
A collection of resources for Vampire: the Masquerade players. Includes White Wolf Stuff, Reviews and Announcements, New Rules and Rule Modifications, New Bloodlines, New Disciplines, Cities and Chronicles, Characters and Backgrounds, Fiction, and Graphics files.
A list of vampire fiction recommended by the denizens of alt.vampyres and other dark recesses of the Internet.
Home page of The Western Bigfoot Society. Contains links to WBS newsletters and other Bigfoot-related Web sites.
A site with links to the alt.horror.werewolves (AHWW) newsgroup, AHWW Frequently Asked Questions file, and related topic.
The Canadian International Penfriends List. A quarterly postal penpal service. Free listings by email.
An e-mail pen pal service. Make a new friend. Learn about a different culture. Explore a far away land.
The IECC is a listing to help teachers and classes link with partners in other countries and cultures for e-mail classroom pen-pal and project exchanges.
A free pen-pal listing service. Provides an opportunity to practice a foreign language, to exchange opinions, compare point of views and learn about places and people thousands of miles away.
A free service provided by HLC-Internet for e-mail pen pals. Allows you to search entries by age, interests, and hobbies.
A listing of nearly 1,000 pen pals from around the world. Includes a short description of each person.
Write and share soccer and other fun ideas with kids around the world. Find people with the same favorite teams and favorite players.
Cooperative project between the State Library of Victoria and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology provides Internet access to Victoria residents.
One of the few sources of slack in academia today: Slacker Stories. This course is designed to study the literature, art, politics, and philosophy of today's twenty something generation, often referred to as slackers, Xers, whiners, or twenty nothings. Focuses on the slack aspect of our generation.
X-tensions is a newsletter designed to be a forum for Generation-X. (approx. ages 14-34) which began as a movement on America Online. Contains access to archive issues and feedback.
A 'Zone just for Generation Xers to tell the world what you think and learn about, find others who agree or challenge you, discuss life issues, news, fads and clothing trends. A place that will hopefully never be boring.
A nonprofit association with the intent of glorifying GOD, of preserving, maintaining, and promoting the Gypsy race, culture, ethnicity, pride and integrity.
Here you will find topical discussions regarding the restoration of Hawaiian independence along with cultural Included is a writing by Newt Gingrich.
The Cemetery is an ongoing project based in the Richard Stockton College. Documentary information is available about the cemetery, all that remains of a small black community that existed between 1851 and 1924 in Port Republic, NJ.
Diotima: Women and Gender in the Ancient World is an online resource of announcements, courses, anthologies, essays, reviews, bibliographies, images about women in the ancient Mediterranean. There is a forum for instructors who teach related courses. This site is considered to be among the best on the web.
Consortium of colleges and universities organizing to prevent and end homelessness. This Web Site was authored and is maintained by Dave Stewart, who was once homeless himself. Site Includes: a large index of services and information about homelessness.
Food Not Bombs is one of the fastest growing grassroots political groups in North America. There are over 70 autonomous chapters protesting militarism and poverty by serving free vegetarian food to people in need and in support of on-going political organizing efforts. Site includes: Food Not Bombs mailing list, What is Food Not Bombs, Press Release Archives, and much more.
The Foothill Family Shelter currently serves as a transitional facility for homeless families with children from the west end of San Bernardino County and the east end of Los Angeles county. Site Contains: information on services provided by this shelter.
HOMELESS is a global electronic discussion list focused on the subject of Homelessness. This site provides a place in which a variety of viewpoints on homelessness can be discussed.
Homeless in Covington is a photographic documentary on the Homeless in the Northern Kentucky city of Covington by photojournalist John Decker. Site includes: Photos and description of the plight of Covington Kentucky's homeless population.
This site, authored and maintained by David W. Morgan, previously homeless himself, contains a wealth of information on Homeless programs throughout the US and has many links to articles, images, and stories about the homeless plight in America. This website was mentioned in the September 1995 issue of Internet World.
InnVision is dedicated to helping individuals and families break the cycle of poverty and homelessness. This site contains: Information about InnVision, California's largest year-round shelter for the poor and homeless (San Jose CA).
The National Coalition for the Homeless home page provides answers to questions about homelessness, and provides updates on current legislation affecting poor and homeless people.
54 Ways You Can Help The Homeless, a hyper-book By Rabbi Charles A. Kroloff. Site contains a hyper-book on the subject of eliminating homelessness.
Site includes; links to Alternatives To Violence Project, Peaceworkers International, Food Not Bombs, Ultimate Frisbee Benefit, Coalition on Homelessness San Francisco, and other links to progressive resources.
Site includes; listings of agencies and social service organizations that provide various types of assistance to those who are homeless in Portland, Oregon.
Located in Boston, Massachusetts, St. Francis House is New England's largest most comprehensive Day Program for homeless and poor men and women. Site Contains: information on services provided by this shelter.
STONE Soup stand for: Students Together Offering Nourishment and Enthusiasm in the St. Louis Community.
First chapters of 14 ALA children's book Newbery Award winners are available on this server. Also, the criteria for selection and the history of the award. Books may be purchased on-line for UPS delivery.
This page contains a number of papers and hotlinks relating to human rights. It will focus on Australian issues and matters but will contain a compendium of international links.
Children's Village and its nonprofit child-care center provides care for infants through pre-kindergarten and is open to all.
The CHRI is a grassroots movement promoting equal protection of human rights for every individual member of the human species. Site contains the following links: Why a Comprehensive Human Rights Initiative?, The text of the CHRI as HTML (3K), The text of the CHRI (2.9K), PostScript version of the CHRI petition (22.3K), The PHI Factor: a biological basis for the CHRI, How do I help with the CHRI?, Sign the CHRI online.
Dedicated to completing the pioneering work in human rights information of Diana Vincent-Daviss. This database is designed to promote the creation, preservation, organization, and dissemination of primary and secondary electronic materials critical to human rights research and advocacy.
Free Burma is a collection of software, hardware, documentation, and volunteers, all doing what we're best at to hasten the replacement of the current military government who tortures its citizens with one chosen by the people who live there.
Of interest to children under 10 years old. It contains information about the museum location, hours open, admission price, schedule of events and exhibits. Additional links provide access to resources in topics related to the museum's current theme.
Hivos is a development organization which stands for emancipation, democratization and poverty alleviation in developing countries. This site contains links to; Press releases, Campaign Five for Africa, Hivos-partners Online, Hivos International (newsletter), African Studies, OneWorld Online, and Latin American Network.
Directory of Human Rights Resources Site includes links to; Actions!, Human Rights News and Recent Developments, Human Rights Documents and Clearinghouses, Human Rights Organizations, Additional Resources Campaign to Defend South Korean Socialists, Koigi wa Wamwere Page, and information on how to join PeaceNet.
The University of Minnesota Human Rights Center has developed this site in cooperation with the DIANA consortium to commemorate the pioneering work of Diana Vincent Daviss. Site contains links to other Human rights subjects and sites.
The Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam has experienced religious persecution for almost as long as it has been established. This site provides extensive information about this persecution as well as extensive links to other Human Rights related sites.
The human rights web site contains information on; HUMAN RIGHTS EMERGENCIES, WHAT ARE HUMAN RIGHTS?, WHAT CAN I DO TO PROMOTE HUMAN RIGHTS?, and links to; HUMAN RIGHTS RESOURCES PAGEs.
The purpose of both DrugText and The Board of the International Foundation for Drug Policy and Human Rights is to promote the development and dissemination of knowledge, research, education, scholarship and international jurisprudence in the area of drug policy and human rights.
Jennifer Harbury is a Harvard-educated lawyer whose 3-year quest to find her Guatemalan husband, Efrain Bamaca Velasquez, has revealed high-level involvement between the CIA and the Guatemalan military.
The purpose of the Journal is to bring together academics, policy makers and practitioners in the field of humanitarian assistance.
The Kenyan human rights activist and politician, Koigi wa Wamwere, was convicted of robbing a police station and sentenced to four years in prison and six "strokes" (lashes with a cane). Amnesty International, and other respected legal and human rights associations maintain that the charges were fabricated due to political motivations of the Kenyan Government. Koigi has been imprisoned for over twenty-two months. He has been beaten, tortured, and denied visitation. These activities are unlikely to end as long as he is in prison.
Peace Brigades International sends teams of volunteers into areas of political repression and conflict where they provide protective international accompaniment for individuals and organizations who have been threatened by political violence or who are otherwise at risk in countries like Guatemala, Sri Lanka, and Colombia.
Tibetan Aid Project (TAP) has provided for individual Tibetans outside the monasteries and sponsored community, medical, and educational projects. Today our efforts are focused on supporting young lamas studying in the Buddhist colleges (Shedras) and the monks and nuns in monasteries inside Tibet and in the exile communities of Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, and India.
This page will contain articles on economic development expressing views beyond what is normally sanctioned by the Development Aid Establishment. Site contains links and articles including; How U.S. Food policies and charities are starving people to death in Africa: The Food-Aid Racket, "U.S. Agricultural Policy: Back to the Future", Humanitarianism Unbound, and many more.
A list of aircraft available for use on emergency relief operations throughout the world. The list includes cargo and personnel aircraft. Site also contains a link to the ReliefNet Home Page a non-profit organization dedicated to helping humanitarian organizations raise global awareness and encourage support for relief efforts via the internet.
The Greater Philadelphia Food Bank is southeastern Pennsylvania's primary provider of donated food for agencies that serve the needy in the Philadelphia area. Site includes FAQs about hunger, and access to a monthly Newsletter.
Unleashing the Human Spirit for the End of World Hunger. The Hunger Project is a not-for-profit global strategic organization committed to the sustainable end of World Hunger. Site includes; access to information brochures, newsletters, maps, and press releases.
San Francisco Bay area. The S.H.A.R.E. program is a non-profit organization of people combining their resources in order to obtain an increased buying leverage. Site includes; information on programs, last month's menu, and other great links.
Various information on Australian Aboriginals-art, lifestyle, history, living off the land, social control, impacts on Aboriginal life, self determination, Aboriginal assimilation, Aboriginal land rights, Cultural resilience, Aboriginal outstations, and Aboriginal population.
Its goal is to present the online community the greatest possible access to Fourth World documents and resources related to social, political, strategic, economic and human rights issues to create a historical archive of the political struggles engaged by Indigenous Peoples.
The Center for World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) is a non-profit [U.S. 501(c)(3)] organization dedicated to research and education promoting better understanding of ideas and knowledge on human rights, politics, social and economic situations of indigenous people. Goal of the CWIS is to establish cooperation between Fourth World nations and to democratize relations between nations and between nations and states.
Keeps track of data and facilities of Australian Aboriginal and the indigenous/Native Peoples studies.
Maya Page for American Indian Schools provides interview with Rigoberta Menchu Tum, Mayan refugee from Guatemala, shortly before she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
The Science Museum of Minnesota presents Maya Adventure, a World-Wide Web site that highlights science activities and information related to ancient and modern Maya culture. Maya Adventure includes images from the Science Museum's anthropological collections and activities developed by the Science Museum's education division. Featured in the project is information from two exhibits about the Maya developed by the Science Museum of Minnesota, Cenote of Sacrifice and Flowers, Saints and Toads .
Provided by Anaco Communications, this site details points of interest to tourists visiting the Yucatan area of Mexico who wish to learn more about Mayan culture and history.
Site served by University of Guadalajara with section on Pre-Columbian history. Mayan folklore tales told in their original style.
Maya Page for American Indian Schools serves this site on Maya Civilization--Past & Present. Recommends that Indian youth study their history and culture as Western societies study their own. Details the existence of Mayan descendants in contemporary Mexico and Gautemala.
Maya Photo Archive from the Science Museum of Minnesota. This archive allows one to view individual images from Maya Adventure . The images are listed according to the site at which they are found.
The Minority On-line Information Service has information available in the following areas: Minority Institution Information, Minority Federal Opportunities, Federal Obligations to HBCUs, Search Scholarship and Fellowship Information, Minority Institution Current Events, The Science & Engineering Alliance.
Site includes links to agencies that provide information about their minority opportunities and activities.
Engineering Coalition of Schools for Excellence in Education and Leadership, ECSEL is a coalition of schools and colleges of engineering engaged in an effort to renew undergraduate engineering education. Site includes access to information and research helpful to women and minorities in science and engineering.
MU-SPIN is a comprehensive educational initiative of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and Other Minority Universities (OMUs). The focus of the program is on the transfer of advanced computer networking technologies to HBCUs and OMUs and their use for supporting multi-disciplinary research.
The Home Page of Minority Student Recruitment Services at the University of Oklahoma. Site includes information on programs and support services to assist with minority education while a student on the Norman campus.
An earth-friendly fundraising project, Blooms Across America is a program designed to accommodate children's fund-raising and community action projects.
A virtual country that is in development. It contains the constitution and laws, pictures and animations of Oceania as well as information about how to receive an Oceania passport and books such as The Atlantis Papers and The Millennial Project.