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Wisconsin Women Library Workers

 

Although no longer an organization, past WWLW members still get together socially.  The organization was disbanded in 2014 and funds dispersed. The last event was a Door County Weekend, September 21-24, 2017. For more than 35 years we met, ate, talked, laughed, cried, swam, learned, shopped, cooked, slept, hiked, biked, and reconnected at that lovely home and cottage at the bottom of Cottage Row.  Ann says she will personally miss all the WWLWers and the wonderful feeling that our great house was most fully and happily used on all those weekends.  She hopes anyone passing through Madison will get in touch.

 

Wisconsin Women Library Workers is a feminist organization committed to improving the status of women in the library field and to the elimination of sex role stereotyping and sex bias.

 

WWLW works toward... 

  • Providing a feminist support network for all workers in the library field.
  • Improving the status, pay and image of library work, which has been undervalued becasue it is characterized as women's work.
  • Improving information resources on women's issues in Wisconsin libraries.
  • Providing a forum for political action and education on issues of concern to women.
  • Linking libraries and library workers with the broader women's movement.

 

 WWLW is an affiliate member of the Wisconsin Library Association and the Wisconsin Women's Network.

 

 Open the SideBar to learn more about us and our activities. 

 

 

WWLW members at the annual retreat in Door County, September 16, 2012

Comments (2)

Anonymous said

at 3:59 pm on Oct 2, 2007

Do I need to mention the Sidebar, since that is where so much of our supporting pages are?

Sue Searing said

at 8:54 am on Sep 25, 2010

Who are those gorgeous women?!

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