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!

 

2015

  • May

    Turning Students Into Advocates

    Hear about our renewed push for paid sick days in Chicago, find out how we're helping students become advocates, read about how policymakers are starting to pay attention to the issue of unstable scheduling, and more.
  • Apr

    Valerie Jarrett | Financial Aid Cuts | Raffle Tickets

    Get ready for The Working Lunch, learn how proposed budget cuts would hurt students, find out the Coalition of Women's Initiatives in Law is partnering with WE, get raffle tickets and win a trip, and lament our lack of progress in closing the wage gap.
  • Mar

    How Much has the Wage Gap Changed?

    Learn about Chicagoan voters calling for paid sick days, the persistence of the wage gap, and how founder Day Piercy remembers the early days of WE. Plus, get tickets for The Working Lunch and find out about the Illinois governor's budget proposal.
  • Feb

    Voters Are On Our Side

    Read about how most Americans don't just support our fair workplace issues but now actually view them as fundamental values, learn about Obama's tuition-free college proposal, hear the story of a warehouse worker with an unstable schedule, and more.
  • Jan

    Let's Make 2015 Count

    Make it your New Year's Resolution to help make progress for working women in 2015, hear how we're helping adult ed students navigate college, and learn about new rights for pregnant workers in Illinois and retail workers in San Francisco.

2014

  • Dec

    Wins for Women in 2014

    Celebrate the progress WE made for working women this past year, read the story of a worker living with an unstable schedule, learn about Chicago's raise in the minimum wage, check out an interview with best-selling author Roxane Gay, and more.
  • Nov

    Let's Talk Feminism

    Gear up for our event with Roxane Gay, learn why the tipped minimum wage is problematic, celebrate Thanksgiving by giving pregnant workers more to be thankful for, and hear how our issues fared in the midterm elections.
  • Oct

    Spooky Stats | Your Vote | Valerie Jarrett's Visit

    Get ready for the upcoming midterm elections, celebrate Halloween by scaring your friends with some spooky stats, hear about our roundtable with Senior Advisor to the President Valerie Jarrett, and more.
  • Sep

    The Invisible College Student

    Join us for a back to school issue that takes a look at the lives and issues that affect community college students, the majority of whom are women and work while taking classes.
  • Aug

    Knocking on the Mayor's Door

    Hear about our delivery of 25,000 signatures supporting paid sick days to the mayor, celebrate Women's Equality Day, and read what people said after watching the Anita Hill documentary with us. Plus, learn about another win for pregnant workers.

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