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5 Issues to Watch in the Supreme Court This Year

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It’s obvious, but it’s easy to forget: Courts matter. Federal courts determine the scope of workers’ rights and the constitutionality of civil rights laws. The U.S. Supreme Court is the […] Read more »

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Calling All College/University Members: Let’s Take a Coffee Break

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Are you a faculty or staff member from one of our college/university (C/U) partner member institutions? Then you’re invited to take a coffee break with AAUW! Read more »

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10 Stats on Women’s Equality That Might Be Scarier than Halloween

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‘Tis the season to be scared. From horror films and costumes to jack-o’-lanterns and ghost stories, Halloween is never short on surprises. But while the holiday celebrates the spooky, every […] Read more »

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What’s Gender Got to Do with It? We Asked Teachers about Leadership

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We paired up with two other organizations to ask middle and high school teachers about how gender influences leadership in their classrooms. Overall, the news was good — but implicit bias still showed up. Read more »

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Membership Share and Learn Conference Call: Engagement — Find Out What Works!

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Please join us on November 6 for a moderated discussion with staff and volunteer leaders from AAUW branches. Volunteer leaders will discuss skills and tools that you can use to engage new and returning members. Read more »

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The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap (Fall 2014)

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You’ve probably heard that men are paid more than women are paid over their lifetimes. But what does that mean? The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap explains the pay gap in the United States, how it affects women of all ages, races, and education levels, and what you can do to close it. Read more »

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