Bibliography of Women's Resources in ALIC Created by Trish Laski and Stephanie Kuehn of NARA's Archives Library Information Center.
Pathfinder for Women's History Research in the National Archives and Records Administration Library Created by Carol Faulkner of NARA's Archives Library Information Center.
In the Pashtun crescent, from Farah Province in the west to Kunar in the northeast, life was—and in many ways still is—organized around the code known as Pashtunwali, the "way of the Pashtun." The foundation of Pashtunwali is a man's honor, judged by three possessions—zar (gold), zamin (land), and zan (women).
The principles on which the honorable life is built are melmastia (hospitality), nanawati (shelter or asylum), and badal (justice or revenge).
Ronald Martin, Robert Patterson, and Mark Martin stage sit-down strike after being refused service at an F. The text also describes some disturbances resulting from the staged sit-ins and forced recognition of CORE's causes and issues.
Are these violent acts the consequence of a traditional society suddenly, after years of isolation and so much war, being hurled into the 21st century?Vi Va: A Bibliography of Women's History in Historical and Women's Studies Journals Bibliography of articles on women's and gender history dating back to 1975.From the International Institute of Social History.The struggle for women to gain acceptance, recognition and equal rights in society has been a long process.In recognition of the contributions of American women, ALIC presents a listing of web sites relevant to women in the United States.Although the chairperson of the 1963 March on Washington was the venerable labor leader A.