Do you or a family member have a criminal record that keeps you from getting a job, food stamps, or housing? Does your GCIC rap sheet have errors on it that you can’t get corrected? Join us on September 28, 2013.
Did you know that while women comprise just a small segment of all the people serving prison terms in the U.S., their number is rising at a far faster rate than that of men? Incarceration of women has profound impacts on the families and communities left behind.
Charmaine Davis, 9to5 Georgia director, exposes that some restaurants are breaking the law by not fully compensating their staff. Listen to the full interview on Atlanta’s NPR station.
Join us for our 40th Anniversary! The celebration will feature our keynote speaker Ai-Jen Poo, Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and named one of TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.
Come join 9to5’s National Day of Action for Family Care Days! We’re inviting GSU students, 9to5 members, and local legislators to join us for a photo project highlighting the need for time away from the job to care for loved ones, as well as sign a petition supporting the Family Care Act.
New 9to5 member Kim Schofield reflects on our recent Regional Leadership Retreat here in Atlanta.
August 26, 2013: Join 9to5 Atlanta as we take action to expand access to family and medical leave!
9to5 Atlanta member Nicole Corley’s letter to the editor on the Family Care Act, printed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
9to5 member Julie Nguyen traveled to Washington D.C. to advocate for immigration reform that prioritizes women and families.
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