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Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
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.
Women won the vote 96 years ago today. We must use it! Get registered today! #WomensEqualityDay #WED2016 https://t.co/AMmwz4iiEq
20 hours ago
#WomensEqualityDay reminds how far we’ve come–& what still needs to be done. #shevotes #equalpay #minimumwage https://t.co/hFTlqGDQJq
Women won the right to vote 96 yrs ago #onthisday. The best way to celebrate? Register to vote! #WomensEqualityDay https://t.co/r2S6fAtjz5
Not OK! More than 22 million women lack #paidsickleave & must choose between their families & job #WomensEqualityDay https://t.co/8rcASfC6lK
21 hours ago
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