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Media Release: 9to5 Stands with Fast-Food Workers in Nationwide Strike that Spans 50 Cities

9to5 marched, rallied and chanted in solidarity with fast-food workers, who walked off their jobs on Thursday, August 29, 2013, as part of the largest-ever strike to hit the $200 billion industry. Check-out some photos, video and media coverage from the #829strike!

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Next week marks the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. That monumental event and the organizing that followed helped reshape our country and the economy. But we aren’t done yet. Call your Senators and Congressional Representative and tell them that, on this 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, we expect them to take action on the Voting Rights Act to protect the voting rights of all Americans.

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Media Coverage: Celebrate with 9to5: 40 Years of Winning Justice for Working Women

Read about 9to5’s incredible 40 year history in Working Mother Magazine and help us celebrate 40 amazing years!

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Media Statement: When Women Succeed, America Succeeds – An Economic Agenda for Women and Families

In the same spirit of the revolutionary women who united for women’s equality at the Seneca Falls Convention 165 years ago today, Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and House Democratic women unveiled a new policy agenda that highlights some key women’s economic issues: equal pay, work and family balance, and access to affordable child care.

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Media Statement: 9to5 Condemns Supreme Court’s Decisions in Employment Discrimination Cases

Today’s Supreme Court decisions ignore the realities of the workplace and make it harder for workers who experience discrimination on the job to seek justice. 9to5 calls on Congress to remedy these decisions by passing legislation to eliminate and prevent workplace discrimination.

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Media Release: Women Take Action for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

As the full Senate begins debate on historic immigration reform, 9to5 members including Julie Nguyen, a 31- year-old grad student studying social work at Georgia State University, are mobilizing with hundreds of women immigrants and community leaders from across the country for “Women Stand Together” on Capitol Hill today! Read why passage of common-sense immigration reform is central to women’s equality.

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