Join us on International Women’s Day for a potluck and a screening of the film Half the Sky, addressing issues shaping the lives of women and girls around the world.
I needed to know if I could be denied a promotion due to my kids being sick. I felt lost and alone, and I really did not know where to turn. Looking back, I can see that becoming a 9to5 member has been life changing for me.
9to5 activists and transit riders lobby the Denver Regional Transportation District to rework fares to make them more affordable to low-income residents.
9to5 Colorado Board Member De Jimenez is featured in this story on Colorado’s child-care tax credit that is aimed at families that earn less than $60,000, but doesn’t help those who need it most.
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.
Women and men across the country are joining or renewing their membership during 9to5’s national Membership Drive. Find out if you should be one of them.
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.
Domestic workers keep the Massachusetts economy going by making other work possible. But because there are few state and federal guidelines they are extremely vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. Support the Massachusetts Domestic Workers Bill of Rights!
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.