BWHBCBoston Women’s Health Book Collective
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In the 1990s, then, the BWHBC found itself in transition, needing to find alternative sources of funding from foundations and individual donors, as well as to develop new institutional mechanisms to support growing work demands.
Today, BWHBC has only a small staff, led by one of the original founders.
She could have examined the "NGO-ization" of the BWHBC in the 1990s, for example, within this larger context.