Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
We've spent the year reflecting on 40 years of impact. Now we're looking towards the next 4 decades of advances for working women. Share your #Wish4TheFuture»
WE is working to ensure fair workplaces for America's working women. Learn how»
Debt, a lack of student supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way. See our vision to change that here»
RT @msmagazine: A report from 5 cities on the #fastfoodstrikes yesterday http://t.co/spKr1KsuqR #StandWithRosie
1 day ago
RT @MomsRising: #SickDays: A luxury many hourly workers don't have http://t.co/mKomvR6kXm
Was 2013 a good year for portrayals of women in the media? Let's just say we have a ways to go http://t.co/DuGbrqBwPa -via @RepresentPledge
What does it mean to be a woman who is #DoingItAll? For too many, it looks like this: http://t.co/i59gsP2zvj (via Anne Ladky for @girlwpen)
Rest in peace, Nelson Mandela. A true hero, a champion for equality, & an inspiration to @WomenEmployed. The world will miss you.
Great piece on growing structural inequality. MT @NewYorker: Who belongs to the lower middle class & why it matters http://t.co/wsfB27RH9F
2 days ago
@mariashriver Wow, thanks for favoriting our tweet! Let us know if we can help you highlight women who are #DoingItAll!
RT @ChiFdn4Women: Who in Chicago is dedicated to women and girls? #ImpactAwards nominations close on Dec 16 at 5 pm: http://t.co/mKqkChrisS…
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