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Equality

5 Quotes From Justice Sonia Sotomayor That Will Inspire You to Fight for Equality

In a conversation with the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor opened up about "the crucial role that c... Read More »

New Study Reveals the Annual Cost of the Gender Pay Gap

Leading up to Equal Pay Day at the beginning of April, the National Partnership for Women and Families released extensive research on "America's Women... Read More »

Gina Rodriguez of "Jane the Virgin" On the Pay Gap: "Equality Stands On Merit, Not On Gender"

It's a commonly-cited statistic about the gender pay gap: Women, on average, earn just 82 cents for each dollar a man earns. Yes, there are skeptics w... Read More »

Here's How You Can Join Pink Out Day On March 29

On Wednesday, March 29, Planned Parenthood (PP) will fight against the movement to defund PP with Pink Out Day. "The day will be a show of strength fo... Read More »

You Can Celebrate 50/50 Day On May 10 With This Incredible Film

Although Women's History Month is coming to a close and International Women's Day has pa ed, there are plenty of days worth celebrating in the months... Read More »

Zainab Salbi Shares How Companies Can Help End Violence Against Women and Sexual Harassment

In a recent op-ed for Women in the World, MAKER Zainab Salbi discu ed "the path to stopping violence against women, sexual hara ment and achieving gen... Read More »

Nevada to Make History As First State in 3.5 Decades to Ratify the ERA

On March 22, 1972, the United States Congre pa ed the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), sending it to the states for ratification, which would be amended... Read More »

The US Women's Hockey Team Is Boycotting the World Hockey Games Unless They Receive Equal Pay and Treatment

Following in the footsteps of the U.S. Women's Soccer team, the U.S. Women's Ice Hockey team has vowed to boycott training and playing for the world h... Read More »

One Mother's Campaign Encourages All to Bring Their Political Views to the Table

In 2012, Julie Winokur's 17-year-old son called her out for being "politically intolerant," The Washington Post reports. Winokur realized she had to c... Read More »

Iceland Is Making Companies Prove Women Get Equal Pay

One of the biggest i ues being protested on International Women's Day was the fact that, in many parts of the world, women make significantly le mone... Read More »

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