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  • The Internet Health Resources web site provides access to both Internet-wide health information (useful wherever you live) and local health information (for the San Francisco Bay Area).

  • There's a San Francisco chapter of Webgrrls, an international network of and for women interested in personal or professional use of computers and other communications technologies.

  • TheSan Francisco Recycling Program site provides information on the hows and wheres of recycling, composting, and resource conservation throughout the Bay Area.

  • The San Francisco Cacophony Society is a looseknit group of Merry Makers.

  • Working with some of the most economically disadvantaged young people in the Bay Area, Plugged In is a community access and training center for computers and the Internet in East Palo Alto, California. If you're interested in setting something like this project up in your own community, check out how you can do what they do.

  • San Francisco Sex Information has given out free and anonymous sex advice for 25 years, and they're still going strong.

  • The Hunter's Point Artist Community is represented on the web.

  • The San Francisco Bay Area Volunteer Information Center provides information about volunteer opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  • The Social Justice Center of Marin keeps you up-to-date on environmental, economic justice, labor, health care and civil rights issues in Marin County.

  • The internationally recognized Electronic Frontier Foundation is a non-profit civil liberties organization working in the public interest to protect privacy, free expression, and access to public resources and information online, as well as to promote responsibility in new media.

  • The Computer Recycling Project was established as a California nonprofit corporation to collect surplus computers and funnel them off to nonprofits and educational programs that wouldn't otherwise have computer resources available to them.

  • JustCause recognizes an urgent need to work toward the elimination of prejudice and hate. A basic tenet of their philosophy is that until we learn to accept each other -- we can never hope to realize the fullness of our potential as human beings.

  • CINA (The Chinese Information and Networking Association) is a non-profit organization that advocates technology and business opportunities in information and networking.

  • The South and Meso American Indian Rights Center (SAIIC) exists to ensure that the struggles of Indigenous peoples for self-determination are heard.

  • Located in Berkeley, Arab World and Islamic Resources is a non-profit organizations dedicated to the awareness of Arab and Islamic culture.

  • The City Democratic Club, one of the oldest democratic clubs in the area, has a web site listing upcoming club events.

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