WE-Zine (E-Newsletter)

WE-Zine, WE's monthly e-newsletter, provides regular policy updates, news about our work, and information about our issues. Subscribe today, and stay informed!

 

2018

  • Nov

    We're Doubling Down on Rising Up

    We've crafted an Illinois Women's Agenda for Governor-elect J.B. Pritzker. Plus, read how we're doubling down on rising up, and hear from the people uniting around our cause, in our 2018 Annual Report. Then double down with us on #GivingTuesday, November 27th, by making your gift.
  • Oct

    Your Vote Matters More Than Ever

    With the midterm elections only days away, Women Employed is rallying voters to go to the polls. Also in this issue, we mark the one year anniversary of #MeToo and hear from a committed WE supporter who shares why she's investing in the next generation of working women.
  • Sep

    This Moment Is Critical

    WE calls for a fair and independent investigation into Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Also in this issue, we're prepping for a fall full of events and making new partners just in time for back to school!
  • Aug

    It's About Dollars and Cents

    This issue of WE-Zine marks Black Women's Equal Pay Day and shares how you can help pass a No Salary History law for Illinois. Plus, hear from the creator of the new web-series PinkSlipped and learn why WE and its partners in education and training are getting kudos.
  • Jul

    Equity, Fairness, and Opportunity for All

    Our 45th anniversary celebrations are still going in this issue of WE-Zine, where one working woman shares how she became inspired to take action with Women Employed. Also, in this issue: hear from the interns in the 2018 Summer Leadership Program and learn exciting news about Career Foundations!
  • Jun

    Women Employed at 45

    WE's signature fundraising event, The Working Lunch, was an inspiring kick off for the organization's 45th anniversary celebrations. In this issue we recap the event, share the exciting progress of our legislative work in Illinois, and more.
  • May

    Working for Generations to Come

    The Working Lunch is around the corner! As WE prepares to celebrate its 45th anniversary, longtime supporters share their favorite memories from past luncheons. Also in this issue, we share dispatches from the United State of Women summit in LA and discuss higher education deserts.
  • Apr

    It's Up to All of Us

    In this issue, learn how WE is marking sexual assault awareness month by standing in solidarity with farmworker women, meet our featured panelists for The Working Lunch, and see how Chicago marked Equal Pay Day 2018.
  • Mar

    Speaking Up, Speaking Out, Making Change

    See how WE celebrated Women's History Month 2018! Also in this issue, we reveal the exciting line-up of panelists for our special 45th anniversary celebration at The Working Lunch, and a millennial working woman shares how she speaks up and makes change in the workplace.
  • Feb

    Black Women Make History

    In this issue, a Women Employed supporter shares how the legacy of black women has inspired her own activism. Also, we mark the 25th anniversary of FMLA and get ready for the Chicago premiere of Zero Weeks, a film about America's paid leave crisis.

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