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Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
In our 2014 Annual Report, we share the stories of women who inspire us to fight for change and talk about what we’re doing to make their lives better. Read the report »
Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way.
In a February 24th ballot referendum, 82% of Chicago voters said yes to paid sick days.
Don't miss She's Beautiful When She's Angry (@SBWSA) in Chicago at @MusicBoxTheatre. Opening night is March 13! Tix: http://t.co/XRHU4mFoxd
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RT @LitWorksChicago: "Invest in Adult Education too." Missed @MaryKayDevine's letter to @CrainsChicago? Read here http://t.co/Mp6HGGgnVA @W…
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Check out WE's @Sarah_Labadie on @sherights! "What Obama's Tuition-Free College Plan Could Mean for Working Women." http://t.co/SVVzjIOqHo
RT @sicktimechicago: Many thanks to all our supporters! @WomenEmployed @AriseChicago @ChicagoJwJ @rocchicago @Teamsters @Mujereslatinas
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