Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of year for retailers, is right around the corner and advocates are demand Walmart improve its policies on pay and working conditions. In a guest blog below from local Walmart worker Cantare Duvant, she describes what the campaign is demanding, how advocates are standing up, and how you can get involved.
The week of June 16th through June 20th, The National Partnership for Women and Families organized the FAMILY Act Week of Action to call upon Congress and the president to pass the Family And Medical Insurance Leave (FAMILY) Act. The Week of Action provided a variety of convenient ways for both organizations and individuals to get involved.
Angela Glover Blackwell explains why equity — the just and fair inclusion of all — matters for everyone, not just those who are being left behind.
Whether it’s where taxes come from or what government does with them, nonprofits can’t afford to sit on the sidelines during tax and budget debates. Here are resources to help you get started.
This year, the diverse array of groups advocating for equal pay for women have something to celebrate.
On April 8, AFJ joins with Northern California Grantmakers to explore how philanthropy can play a role in advancing economic justice.
To spread their message about the wage gap between men and women, AAUW took advantage of one of the most anticipated sports events of the year.
With reforms discussed in Congress and around the country, nonprofits can’t sit on the sidelines. Kim Klein on a new resource that takes the fear out of tax policy.
A look at the campaign from the National Partnership for Women and Families to pass a major piece of legislation to benefit families.
A look at some of the nonprofits already busy working for economic justice.