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CIP Interns: On the Edge of Our Seats, Looking Up and Moving Forward

We are thrilled to introduce our new Community Internship Project (CIP) participants Sonya Underwood and Colleen Higgins. Colleen and Sonya have deemed themselves to be on a “social justice adventure!”

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Online Communications Intern

9to5 seeks applicants for unpaid internship positions to support and strengthen our national and local social media presence and online communications. Click link to learn more about this great opportunity!

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Women’s Enews Op-Ed: Women’s Voices Matter in Elections

Too many women are more likely to know where the fireworks are held in July than how or when to cast a vote in November. And our democracy depends far more on this latter information.

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Media Coverage: “Ban The Box” offers job help to South Georgia former inmates

Sept. 15, 2015 — Marilyn Winn, 9to5 Organizer, was featured on WALB News.  Winn met with Albany City and Dougherty County...

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Voting is your right, take advantage of it!

In my work as 9to5 Organizer for our Ban the Box campaign, I have been given the task to register people to vote. I find this to be the most discouraging thing I have had to do in a long time.

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Media Coverage: Op-ed on Family Care in Georgia

How can you tell it’s campaign season in Georgia? The mudslinging and partisan rhetoric are in full swing. Incumbent Republican Gov. Nathan Deal trumpets his record of moving Georgia to the No. 1-ranked “business friendly” state, according to a 2013 Site Selection magazine poll, while his Democratic challenger, state Sen. Jason Carter, promotes “an economy that works for the middle class.”

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