The Older Women's League (OWL), founded in 1980, educates the public on issues affecting midlife and older women. Nationally, and through its local chapters, OWL educates and advocates on the issues of economic security, health reform, quality of life, and mental health care for older women. OWL is the only national membership organization to focus exclusively on critical issues facing women as they age.
Serial publications: E-Observer, OWL’s monthly newsletter, newsletters from local chapters, and Mother’s Day report are available online. http://www.owl-national.org/Publications.html
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