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82 percent of Chicago voters said YES to paid sick days. Let's make it a law!
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RT @WESummerLeaders: Isang bagsak dedication: "Organizing & finishing our goals as a team!" 1 clap in unison. #SummerLeaders http://t.co/fW…
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#CookCounty Commissioners are calling on WE. Yestrday we testified abt #PaidSickDays, today we're on a #WageGap panel http://t.co/2LAtZoILMt
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RT @RepMarciaFudge: Men see a $10 bill. Black women only see $6.40. CLICK to see why we need #BlackWomenEqualPay: http://t.co/qERTDtRHlL ht…
2 days ago
When we underpay women of color, we all come up short. #BlackWomenEqualPay #clockout4equalpay http://t.co/aNHH2oA61u
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