Avaye Zan - A Quarterly Persian Language Journal For Iranian Women, Published in Sweden.
We believe that an independent women.s movement against oppression and discrimination world-wide needs international collaboration. Therefore we would like to wellcome zour contributions in English in this site.
We ask all women who believe in our cause! to assist and contribute to .Avaye Zan. so that we can improve our website even in Englsih.
Your literary contributions and criticism all help us to improve.
Esther Ministries serve Persian women and their families in California and other states and abroad.
Individual assistance is given in the California area and resource links to other individuals and
organizations are available for specific needs such as help with job search, housing search, roommates, and other help.
We have a magazine that can be sent to interested individuals or groups that is called Hope of Women.
IranDokht is an independent media company focused on Iranian women negotiating ethnicity and gender within the global community. It is an ethical and non-partisan business. It is born at a time of global crisis and justifies its necessity within this context. Its emphasis on ethnicity rather than an emotional nostalgia of the past is a forward and progressive thought to define and locate ethnicity within future global community.
Lily Afshar - Guitarist and Head of Guitar Program at the University of Memphis
Guitarist Lily Afshar, hailed by the Washington Post as "remarkable, impeccable," is the winner of the 2000 Orville H. Gibson Award for Best Female Classical Guitarist. Chosen as "Artistic Ambassador" for the United States Information Agency to Africa, she is the winner of the Tenth, Eleventh, and the Twelfth Annual "Premier Guitarist"awards respectively, awarded by the Memphis Chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc.
Love a Muslim - A forum and support group for non-Muslim women (mostly Christian) dating or
married to Muslim men.
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