Membership Drive lasts until the end of April, the time when people can join 9to5 at a discounted rate of only $20 (usually $40). If you recruit 10 members during …
Standing with 9to5 on March 25th in the lobby of City Hall as City of Atlanta Human Resource Commissioner Yvonne Yancy accepted an award from 9to5 in honor of the city being the first employer in Georgia to “Ban the Box” was an honor.
9to5 Atlanta announces new City of Atlanta policy promoting fairness in employment. In a campaign led by 9to5 Atlanta, the City of Atlanta became the 44th local jurisdiction in the nation to remove the conviction history question from its job applications.
Join 9to5 Reformed Citizens Committee to celebrate our first big win! We are proud to announce the City of Atlanta’s new hiring policy which will help remove barriers to employment for the formerly incarcerated.
Join us to honor the women making a difference in our community, with riveting conversation, sweet fellowship and good food!
Read 9to5 Atlanta Member Carolle Fleurio’s speech to the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee on the importance of an indexed minimum wage.
9to5 Atlanta Organizer Marilynn Winn talks about her experience on WRFG talking about “Ban the Box.”
9to5 Atlanta members gathered for our annual Grassroots Lobby Day to tell the State House that Georgia needs the Family Care Act (HB 290). Co-sponsored by the ACLU, the lobby day began with an overview of HB 290 talking points followed by an in-depth training on how to meet with legislators.
We celebrate Ella Mae Wade Brayboy, an organizer whose work exemplifies the mission and philosophy of 9to5 Atlanta. Because of 9to5’s commitment to registering and mobilizing women, young adults, low income people and communities of color we want to recognize the work of this remarkable woman.
Find out what 9to5 stands for and come stand with us during the 2013 Georgia Legislative Session.