As a church that seeks transformative change and justice for all people, made possible by the profound love of God, Central Presbyterian is the first partner in 9to5 Atlanta’s “Faithful Friend” campaign.
9to5 Atlanta Chapter Director Charmaine Davis discussing the wage gap on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “On The Story.”
At the event, I was encouraged to hear from organizations like 9to5 that are working to improve the lives of working women and their families. I found it even more encouraging to hear from business leaders who are making changes in their own workplaces by providing family-flexible workplace policies.
as we walked down MLK Drive, chanting and feeling the warm sunshine, it struck me that joining 9to5 was the right decision for me. By becoming a member, I was now a part of a larger movement demanding justice right here at home.
We’ll be celebrating Equal Pay Day this year by hosting a Bring Your Own Friend event! Come enjoy snacks and drinks with us while we discuss what equal pay means to you. It will be fun and interactive so bring your friends!
In this country, we will pay someone more to take of our cars than we will pay them to take care of our children or elderly parents.
Three 9to5 leaders join U.S. House of Representatives Leader Nancy Pelosi and Representative John Lewis on stage at an event to highlight the women’s economic agenda.
9to5 member, Rev. Harriet Bradley, had the opportunity to share her story with Gov. Deal and explain to him why she believes he should expand Medicaid in Georgia.
Join us for our annual Women’s History Celebration to recognize women winning justice at work! Appetizers will be provided.
This radio news spot highlights the growing influence of Asian American voters in Georgia, and their support for the Family Care Act (HB 290) which would allow workers to use earned sick days to care for a child, spouse, or elderly parent. The campaign for HB 290 is being led by 9to5 Atlanta.