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Posted by on Apr 14, 2016 in Homepage_featured | 0 comments

You’ve finally made as much as a man did… last year.

You’ve finally made as much as a man did… last year.

Equal Pay Month represents how far into the new year women have to keep working to earn on average what men earned just in the previous calendar year. Women of color, moms, women with disabilities, lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender people have to work even longer to catch up.

Posted by on Apr 14, 2016 in Wisconsin | 0 comments

Working with 9to5, fighting for justice and change!

Working with 9to5, fighting for justice and change!

Participating in the Membership Drive, I heard enthusiasm from the community makes me feel that what 9to5 does is important and I am glad that I can be part of that support. Change is important and so is standing up for our community rights. That is what 9to5 does.

Posted by on Apr 13, 2016 in California | 0 comments

Important Information for California Voters!

Important Information for California Voters!

Heads up for all California voters! Find out where to check your voter registration, how to vote in a primary if you’re not registered with a specific party, and more helpful info.

Posted by on Apr 7, 2016 in Georgia | 0 comments

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month

At this event, we were all asked to create a “Because of them, I can…” statement, I chose to dedicate myself to educating others on women’s issues and working towards enacting change. Words cannot describe the feeling of having the opportunity to meet a group of folks who are working towards bettering the lives of others and reaching a place of equality in our country that we so desperately need.

Posted by on Mar 31, 2016 in Georgia | 0 comments

Women’s History Brunch features our future leaders

Women’s History Brunch features our future leaders

I was so excited to attend the 5th Annual Women’s History Brunch. The lineup of speakers looked interesting and it was a chance for me to network and meet like-minded women with similar goals. I wasn’t disappointed

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 in Georgia_events | 0 comments

Women’s History Brunch – Sat March 19

Women’s History Brunch – Sat March 19

Join us in celebrating the success and impact of the women that came before us!

Posted by on Feb 12, 2016 in 9to5 in the News, Colorado | 0 comments

9to5 Member Krysten on How to Get 10% More in Your Tax Refund

9to5 Member Krysten on How to Get 10% More in Your Tax Refund

My name is Krysten Stevenson, and I’m a member of 9to5 Colorado, a grassroots organization that strengthens women’s abilities to win justice for working women. I’m a single mom with two young children. I also take care of my mother, who is older and has suffered from a stroke which requires me to be her caregiver. The Earned Income Tax Credit has consistently provided my family a safety net when we’ve needed it the most.

Posted by on Feb 12, 2016 in Colorado | 0 comments

9to5 Member Arianna on the Importance of Colorado’s New State EITC

9to5 Member Arianna on the Importance of Colorado’s New State EITC

My name is Arianna Caldwell, and I just turned 25 on Saturday. I have two kids – one four-year-old and one baby who just turned one, and I’m a single mom. The EITC has meant a lot to me in the past. In 2013, I had a job and my car recently broke down. It was going to be $2000 to fix my car, and I didn’t have that money. I was riding the bus. If I wasn’t able to pay to get my car fixed, I probably would have lost my job because my child got dropped off at preschool at 7:30 and my job started at 8:30. Using the bus, I wasn’t able to get to work on time. That year, my tax return came just in time, and I was able to pay for the necessary repairs to fix my car and keep my job.

Posted by on Feb 11, 2016 in Colorado | 0 comments

Fair Chance Denver

Fair Chance Denver

Fair Chance Denver is a campaign to pass an ordinance in Denver, CO to remove ‘the box’ on job and housing applications asking about felony backgrounds.

Posted by on Feb 11, 2016 in Colorado, Homepage_featured | 0 comments

Colorado Needs to Pass the Parental Involvement for Academic Activities Bill for Families Like Mine

Colorado Needs to Pass the Parental Involvement for Academic Activities Bill for Families Like Mine

My name is Nicole Rodriguez, and I am a member 9to5 Colorado, a grassroots organization that strengthens women’s abilities to win justice for working women. I am a widow with a 12-year-old son, and my family supports HB-1002, Parental Involvement for Academic Activities, which reenacts the 2009 “Parental Involvement in K-12 Education Act.” This bill would allow parents to take a limited amount of job-protected time off from work to attend their children’s academic activities.