(Encyclopedia) women's movement: see feminism; woman suffrage. (Encyclopedia) women's clubs, groups that offer social, recreational, and cultural activities for adult females. Particularly strong in the United States, they became an important part of? (Encyclopedia) Women's Army Corps: see WAC. (Encyclopedia) New Jersey College for Women: see Rutgers Univ. (Encyclopedia) Mississippi State University for Women, at Columbus; the first state-supported women's college; chartered 1884, opened 1885 as Mississippi Industrial Institute and College,? (Encyclopedia) Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), organization whose stated mission is to empower women and girls and to eliminate racism. The movement is nondenominational. It grew out? (Encyclopedia) League of Women Voters, voluntary public service organization of U.S. citizens. Organized in 1920 in Chicago as an outgrowth of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, it had? (Encyclopedia) National Organization for Women (NOW), group founded (1966) to support full equality for women in America in a truly equal partnership with men. Its founder and first president was? (Encyclopedia) Women's Rights National Historical Park: see National Parks and Monuments (table). (Encyclopedia) Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Associations (YMHA, YWHA), organizations that promote health, social activities, recreation, acculturation of new Jewish Americans, and?