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Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
We drafted the bill, worked the halls in Springfield, mobilized constituents—and won!
Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way.
Excellent op-ed on the impact to children, schools, learning when parents don't have #PaidSickDays: http://t.co/Ji8YzvRPp1
3 days ago
What happens when companies stop keeping salaries secret? http://t.co/heel5Ffh11 (Hint: more transparency, less discrimination) via @Slate
Are you a struggling low-wage wrker? Don't have #PaidSickDays? Is yr schedule unpredictable? We want to hear yr story http://t.co/ep1ZX8Rz1i
This graphic via @thinkprogress proves we're behind. Time to turn the tables & #LeadOnLeave. http://t.co/ltCOIfflTh http://t.co/kgobd9ot1i
4 days ago
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