Dana Schultz, Wisconsin State Director on WPR’s The Joy Cardin Show, makes the case for expanding WI FMLA on Women’s Equality Day.
9to5 activists get verbal assurance from big business lobbyists that “We are not going to work to repeal WI Family Medical Leave” from Jim Pugh, the director of public relations and issue management.
9to5 activists, community members, and local legislators speak out on the crucial need for WI FMLA on Women’s Equality Day in Milwaukee.
On Women’s Equality Day, 9to5 activists rally with community members and State Representative Penny Bernard-Schaber to highlight building on 25 years of success around WI FMLA.
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.
Read about 9to5’s incredible 40 year history in Working Mother Magazine and help us celebrate 40 amazing years!
Check out The New York Times story that highlights 9to5 member Stacey C. and quotes 9to5’s director of organizing. Yes, a lack of basic services (public transportation, quality schools, local businesses, community centers) in low-income segregated neighborhoods means that these working parents have additional barriers to upward economic mobility.
Check out our latest blog in the Huffington Post. According to a report released by Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, 9to5 and others, female restaurant workers pay penalties for both gender and motherhood.
9to5 member Julie Nguyen traveled to Washington D.C. to advocate for immigration reform that prioritizes women and families.
Today is the 50th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act. We’ve made progress, but we still have work to do. Check out 9to5’s blog published in The Huffington Post.