NOW Brings Feminist Voices to the Web, Engages Women Online

Newbury, Liz
September 2008
National NOW Times;Fall2008, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p6
The article focuses on the efforts of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and NOW Foundation to encourage women to communicate and express themselves online. The Web site domain www.now.org is a Web 2.0 version of the Internet which partners with social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace. According to the article, women can create blogs or online self-publication bringing to light the issues and opinions of the day or event of the moment. Sharing of videos and pictures and organizing meetings can also be done online.


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