9to5 joins protesters to demand that Walmart workers get treated with respect and dignity and get paid a decent living wage.
Join 9to5 for our National Day of Action to support paid sick days. It’s time to strengthen our families and rebuild America.
9to5 Action Network activist stops foot traffic at her local library in Houston to talk about 9to5 and paid sick days. Empowered, energized and psyched, she is ready to do it again!
9to5 Atlanta is proud to announce its 4th annual Community Internship Program (CIP). The CIP is an opportunity for members to learn how to organize around issues central to 9to5’s mission: ending employment discrimination, raising workers’ hourly wages, and passing flexible workplace policies.
9to5 knows that we will never achieve full equality and economic empowerment if we don’t combat all forms of oppression. In our commitment to end all forms of oppression, we are opposed to legalized state executions because of its inherent systemic race and class discrimination.
In Milwaukee recently, low-wage workers, union members and community activists joined a National Day of Action to raise the minimum wage.
You are invited to attend screening of a documentary comparing the highly profitable American health care industry to other nations and HMO horror stories
For the Day of Action I talked to people in my community about 9to5 and about the importance of everyone having access to paid sick days. I also got them to sign pledge cards to support candidates who will fight for working families.
Women represent more than half of the electorate and nearly half the workforce. So you’d think that President Obama and Governor Romney, vying to win the women’s vote, would focus on pay equity and its direct link to a healthy economy. But no, it took a woman to raise the question just three weeks before the presidential election.
It’s time we give poverty, particularly child poverty, the attention it deserves. A good place to start would be the first presidential debate in Denver on October 3.