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    Each Day in America…

    Although America has the world’s richest economy, did you know that 22% of America’s children still live in poverty? It’s vital that we continue to raise awareness about the perils of struggling families, women, and children.

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  • Pornography is a Public Health Crisis

    It is estimated that internet pornography sites get over 450 million unique visitors every month – more than Amazon, Twitter, and Netflix combined. Pornography, objectification, and hypersexualization are all damaging to girls and women, and our work is to prevent this.

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    Voting is Powerful

    It is important to be a registered voter. Did you know that 40% of unmarried women in this country are not registered to vote? Women – particularly single and unmarried women – have become the most powerful voting block for the upcoming Presidential election.

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    Gender Pay Gap Still Wide

    The gender pay gap may still exist for one simple reason: work done by women isn’t as valued as that done by men. That’s hard to believe since women are now more educated than men, have as much work experience as men and enter high-paying jobs at equal rates.

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    Celebrating Working Women

    “Woman is the companion of man, gifted with equal mental capacity… If by strength is meant moral power, then woman is immeasurably man’s superior… If non-violence is the law of our being, the future is with women…”                                     […]

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    New Census Data Sobering

    The new data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates there was an increase of 800,000 more women working in our country in 2014. However, some of the sobering data also states the poverty level among America’s children remained the same at 21 percent or 1 in 5 children. This is just one of the interesting stats that show we still have a lot of work to do for working women and girls living and striving in the United States.

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    INSPIRED 2016 Featuring Dr. Angela Y. Davis

    We are excited to announce Dr. Angela Y Davis will be our renowned speaker at our INSPIRED 2016 event to be held September 29, 2016. Known internationally for her ongoing work to combat all forms of oppression in the U.S. and abroad, Dr. Davis will share her knowledge as a student, teacher, writer…

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    Mattel’s Barbie Focuses on Careers

    Girls can be anything they want to be, and Mattel’s media campaigns are now focusing more on an empowered Barbie.

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    Happy Anniversary Ladies!

    August 26 is Women’s Equality Day. We’d like to take this opportunity to look back to see how far we have come. Most importantly, thank all of you for supporting our goals to ensure girls and women continue to gain equality throughout the United States and the world.

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    Focus on Purple Policies For All Our Children

    Increasing income inequality has created a growing generation of children who are victims of a nearly caste-like economic divide. Robert Putnam, a political scientist and Harvard University professor, recommends we follow his purple policy – a blend between the partisan “blues” and “reds” policies.

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