No one should have to choose between the job they need and caring for the family they love.
Have you ever wondered if something your employer did was legal? Discover what your legal rights and protections are in the workplace.
If the American people don’t vote, elected officials won’t have our voices in mind and will legislate based on their own agendas regarding tuition, police brutality, women’s rights, and so much more.
As we continue to discuss reproductive rights in this country, we cannot leave black women’s fight for motherhood out of the conversation. It is essential that barriers to motherhood be removed so that every woman regardless of race and socioeconomic status has the option to give birth to healthy children and raise them in a society where their lives are valued. That is reproductive justice that truly expands the meaning of “choice.”
Join us for our Campaign Planning workshop! We will be learning how to plan, build, and execute a successful campaign from the ground up. The workshop will teach attendees how to recruit and develop an effective strategy for issue campaigns.
by Gabby Hammons, pictured at the left in this photo.
It was a pleasure to attend the first part of 9to5’s Leadership Development Series on August 29. I took away a wealth of information in campaign planning and holding politicians accountable.
Join us for an engaging discussion and presentation on how the legislative process works, ways to hold politicians accountable and how to make your voice heard in your community.
As a co-creator of the inaugural Black Women’s Equal Pay Day Clock Out & Rally event, held July 28, 2015 in the Georgia State Capitol, I wanted people to know that it’s time for change. I want to switch the nation’s focus
Earlier this week I attended “Lead on Leave: Empowering Working Families Across America” at the Atlanta City Hall. The event was a moderated conversation with Mayor Kasim Reed and Senior Advisor to President Obama, Valerie Jarrett about the benefits and necessity of paid leave and equal pay.
On Tuesday, June 16th, 2015, four women from 9to5 Georgia met with Republican US Senator Isakson’s aide, Ryan Pelfrey. We had heard that Senator Isakson had cosponsored Senator Murray’s paid sick days amendment to the budget bill, and we wanted to meet with him to ask him to take one step further and cosponsor the Healthy Families Act.