1980

9to5 Georgia was founded in 1980 when a group of office workers in Atlanta organized to improve working conditions. In Georgia, 9to5 has led campaigns to win living wages, family medical leave, improved access to unemployment insurance, and measures to combat discrimination.

TODAY

9to5 continues to fight for worker justice and family and community sustainability and is building power in our communities. We have active voter engagement, paid leave, utility justice, climate justice, childcare, anti-discrimination, and anti-harassment campaigns throughout the state of Georgia. Our members span from the Metro Atlanta area to Southwest and Central Georgia, and Savannah, Georgia.

Georgia News

Honor AANHPI Women by Fighting for the Rights of Workers

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Mom told me tonever doubt people who workwhich is another way to say trust the masses My mother is the reason I’m a labor organizer today. She embodies working-class pride without even realizing it. Growing up, I didn’t recognize that the values instilled in me came from a long history of oppression of working-class people around the world. My family is from Isabela, a province in the northern Philippines.  Most people are familiar with Manila, the country’s capital, a developed…

Georgia Campaigns

  • Photos of diverse families that are faded out with a logo prominent in the center. Logo is yellow heart stylized to look like a peach being held by two forest green hands. Underneath in forest green letters says “Georgia Coalition for Paid Leave”

    #PaidLeave4AllGA

    Paid leave is essential for the economic security of all workers and is a policy with widespread bipartisan support, but some politicians continue to resist it at the local, state,
    • Georgia Chapter
  • Georgia Child Care

    We envision a world where families have access to affordable and accesible child care with a well-supported and well-compensated workforce. Our current child care system is built on policies and
    • Georgia Chapter

Georgia Events

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  • Join the Georgia Coalition for Paid Leave for an informative "Know Your Rights" Training event on Monday, July 15th from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM via Zoom! This session will...

    July 15th, 2024 6:30 PM through 7:30 PM

    Held Online // Se Llevará a Cabo en Línea

  •   On Wednesday, June 26th, we will be having our 2nd convening of Well Woman Wednesday! We cordially invite you even if you are a new member or wanting to...

    June 26th, 2024 6:30 PM through 8:00 PM

    Held Online // Se Llevará a Cabo en Línea

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    May 1st, 2024 6:30 PM through 8:00 PM

    Held Online // Se Llevará a Cabo en Línea

  • Focus groups for Black women residing in the Metro-Atlanta area.

    April 11th, 2024 6:00 PM through 9:00 PM

    11 Catherine Street SW Atlanta, GA 30310

Georgia Resources

  • 2023 Annual Report

    2023 was an incredible year of wins, growth, and change for 9to5 and we’re so glad you were with us along the way. Our movement is about you and we
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    • Georgia Chapter
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    • National Network
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    • Wisconsin Chapter
  • 9to5 Georgia: Q1 PEACH Report

    This report summarizes 9to5 Georgia’s 2024 Q1 goals and their results
    • Georgia Chapter
    • #PaidLeave4AllGA
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    • Georgia Child Care Campaign
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    • Respect Georgia Workers Alliance