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Need something to do Sat night? Don't miss this Working Women's History Projec event http://t.co/qfiSbilf2K WE's Melissa Josephs will speak!
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RT @vaultfinance: close the #genderwagegap on 10/22: Women in Tech Ask For a Raise Day: http://t.co/6gEpeAlNvR @sherylsandberg @NYTimeskru…
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Great follow-up in @Slate to @rachelswarns' NYT article on #PregnancyDiscrimination: http://t.co/0dMx4ceOZU
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The polls are open in IL! #EarlyVoting starts today & goes thru 11/2. Find a polling place: http://t.co/N6OB856jbr. http://t.co/V2BYAfPwQe
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