I chose to canvass with 9to5 Atlanta Working Women, because I wanted to effect change in the community I live in. Knowledge is power, and I wanted to help spread knowledge about the mid-year election. This mid-year election was important, because it determined the people who not just represent us locally, but also statewide, and even nationwide.
Rebecca Walker is celebrating her brand new bundle of joy but she believes her son is the reason she lost her job as a cardiac tech at Denver Health.
I quickly discovered that there was an attitude that my work was menial and the value of it minimal. We don’t tend to highly value the work that is traditionally done by women. In fact, we will pay someone more to take of our cars than we will pay them to take care of our children or elderly parents.
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Did you know an unexpected trip to the hospital could cost you and your family nearly $2,000 a day? It’s no joke. Roughly 62 percent of all bankruptcies in the …
Know who you are and what’s in your best interests, then vote for the candidates who will work for you. Together, women are a force that can’t be ignored. We can reverse the tides of discrimination and hate.
On Tuesday, Judge Christopher Brasher of the Fulton County Superior Court denied a petition from civil rights advocates to force Georgia’s Secretary of State to process an estimated 40,000 voter registrationsthat have gone missing from the public database.
Denver resident Mary Brandell, 93, is part of a wave of Colorado seniors that has health officials busily preparing the state’s care system to meet them. Brandell is healthy and she proudly notes that she’s still driving.
On November 4, Massachusetts voters get to choose whether their state will become the third state in the country with earned sick days for all workers. Spread the word: Yes on Question 4!
A national movement to end employment discrimination against the formerly incarcerated is underway in Albany.