March 8, 2015, Today is International Women's Day!
Let's celebrate the many women who have made their mark in history, particularly labor history, and find inspiration from them to do what is to make life better for women today.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk *Pictures*
October 16, 2011 (CHICAGO) -- A rainy morning couldn't dampen the spirits of thousands taking part in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday. The event began at...
The Paycheck Fairness Act
Forty-five years ago, President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act (EPA) into law, making it illegal for employers to pay unequal wages to men and women who perform substantially ...
AFL-CIO ASK A Working Woman Survey 2008!
Working America and the AFL-CIO are conducting a nationwide survey on what it's like to be a working woman, your opinion matters greatly. Please take a moment to complete the As...
March Is Women's History Month!
In honor of Women's History Month, we'd like to recognize the role women have played in transforming workers lives. This week, we'd like to share with you the story of Mother Jo...
March 8, 2005 Is International Women's Day!
International Women's Day (IWD) is a major day of global celebration for the economic, political and social achievements of women. Find out what local IWD events are occuring ne...
"Sisters Of '77" -Announcing A New Film!
On a weekend in November 1977, twenty thousand women and men left their jobs and homes in cities and towns around the country to meet at the first National Women's Conference in...
CLICK ON To Donate A FREE Mammogram!
This doesn't cost you anything, Corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to this site to donate a free mammogram to underprivileged women. Go to the site TO...
9/20/04- SURVEY- Reaching Out Against Cervical Cancer!
The Coalition of Labor Women (CLUW) needs your help with an important project called Working Women ROCC!(Reaching Out Against Cervical Cancer). Download for more information and...
7/22/04- In Praise of Unruly Women! :By Arianna Huffington
"Thirty-eight million women didn't vote in 2000, many of them because they were so disgusted with our inauthentic politics-as-usual. If even a small percentage of them turn out ...