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Chicago's aldermen voted 48-0 to give Chicago workers the right to earn paid sick time. Women Employed played a key role in the victory. Learn more »
Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way.
We've invited seven talented young women to spend the summer at WE.
Study: The flu rate "significantly" decreases when U.S. workers gain access to #paidsickdays. We need the #HFAnow! https://t.co/CrffcNC2rj
1 day ago
RT @USDOL: Equal work deserves equal pay, regardless of gender or race. https://t.co/tg1Dsgcx1S #BlackWomensEqualPay
2 days ago
RT @shrivercenter: The #GenderWageGap doesn’t just harm Black women—but also the millions of families they support https://t.co/hFvogXdh4F #BlackWomensEqualPay
How does the #WageGap harm black women? https://t.co/RLMjQZWtgY #BlackWomensEqualPay #EqualPay2Day (via @joitweets) https://t.co/lkyCoSD88Y
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