9to5: Women Working for Equal Pay, Power and Participation!

9to5: Women Powering Change!

9to5 members have been on the frontlines, working for economic security for all women—particularly women of color—for the past 45 years. We still have many barriers to overcome before we achieve our vision—full economic equality:

  • Women earn only 80% of what men earn on average, and that percentage is far lower for women of color
  • Nearly one in three women are not eligible for paid sick days
  • Housing in most major cities is no longer affordable for working families
  • Sexual harassment remains widespread


Our solution?

It’s the power of participation—the power of women working TOGETHER to solve these problems.  Equal pay, equal participation, equal power—it’s our answer and it’s time.  Join us! Power the change!

Equal Opportunity

Equal Opportunity

Women, on average, earn only 80 cents for every dollar earned by men. The standard should be equal pay for equal work!
Work Family Flexibility

Work Family Flexibility

Only 15% of workers have access to paid family leave through their employers. We shouldn’t have to choose between the job we need and the family we love.
Family Supporting Jobs

Family Supporting Jobs

Two-thirds of workers who earn minimum wage, or less, are women. We need living wages that allow women to support themselves and their families!
Power of Participation

Power of Participation

To change policies we need power, and we need representation. We’re participating, we’re voting, and we’re making real change—together!

Chapters

Click on one of the buttons on the right to find out what we’re doing at a local level and with our national network. Our members take action in person and online, and we would love for you to join us.

News

November Newsline Reflections and Highlights from the Month!

November Newsline Reflections and Highlights from the Month!

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Native Women's Equal Pay Day

Native Women’s Equal Pay Day

November 30th is Native Women’s Equal Pay Day signifying the day a Native Woman must work into the new year ...
When we vote, we win

When we vote, we win

The kind of big changes that we’re fighting for isn’t the kind that happens with just one candidate, or one ...
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