Join the Reformed Citizens Committee in our fight to end employment discrimination against the formerly incarcerated.
New book, hot off the presses features two Atlanta 9to5 members. Get your copy now of “Harriet’s Rising.”
9to5 Atlanta had many accomplishments in 2012, and it was so much fun to celebrate them with music, food, prizes, and of course our fabulous members.
To this day, Carolyn Pinkston says Aug. 16, 2009, was the worse day of her life. Read read how The Family Care Act would have made a difference in Ms. Pinkston’s life.
9to5 member Alicia Newton documents her research and experiences protesting for workers’ rights for Wal-Mart employees.
9to5 intern lifts up her voice on WRFG Radio to talk about lifting up the wages of restaurant servers through the Fair Eats Campaign.
9to5 Atlanta is proud to announce its 4th annual Community Internship Program (CIP). The CIP is an opportunity for members to learn how to organize around issues central to 9to5’s mission: ending employment discrimination, raising workers’ hourly wages, and passing flexible workplace policies.
9to5 held its third annual National Day of Action on August 26, Women’s Equality Day. In Atlanta, chapter volunteer Nicole Corley blogs about her experiences helping register voters at the Five Points MARTA Station.