Equal Pay Week is April 7-11, 2014

It's an issue that affects sisters, daughters, mothers, aunts and women from all walks of life. Join the fight for fair pay and click here for information from the National Women's Law Center.

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Apr 10, 2014

Equal Pay For Equal Work

April 8 was Pay Equity Day, which marked the number of extra days in 2014 women must work to earn what men earned in 2013. Read More

Dec 23, 2013

Valuing Families:  We’re Fighting AND We’re Winning

I had the great privilege, as an Advisory Board member of the Labor Project of Working Families (LPWF), of attending the Family Values @ Work’s 10th Anniversary and Annual Meeting in New York. Read More

Jun 18, 2013

Register now for Summer Schools for Union Women

The 2013 Summer Schools for Union Women are sponsored by the United Association for Labor Education (UALE). Since 1975 they have brought together rank-and-file members, staffers and officers to strengthen their knowledge of the American labor movement and develop skills that will prepare them to be more active union members and leaders. Read More

Jun 6, 2013

Show your solidarity - equal pay for women

Fifty years ago, Congress passed, and President Kennedy signed, the Equal Pay Act of 1963. Despite this landmark law and tremendous advances for women since then, women and families across the country still suffer from a punishing gender-based wage gap that results in thousands of dollars in lost income each year. Read More

Apr 9, 2013

Equal Pay Day is April 9th. How bad is the wage gap?

Which metropolitan area has the largest wage gap in the country? You might be surprised. Take a look at the "shocking sixteen" in the March Madness bracket and see if it is near you. Read More