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First Nation Women Warriors, Native American Indian Veterans, and Iraqi War Veterans, Brenda McEwing (left), and Julia Kelly prepare to participate in the Formal Grand Entry ceremony during the 2nd Annual National Gathering of American Indian Veterans. The event was held at Cantigny Park located in Wheaton, Illinois 19-21 August 2016. The event celebrated the long and proud history of Native Americans’ service to the United States Military and honors all veterans American Indian style. (DoD photo by Marvin Lynchard)

Join the #NativeWomenEqualPay Day Twitter Storm

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September 15 marks Native American women’s equal pay day, the day that the wages of American Indian and Alaska Native women “catch up” to the money that white men took home last year. Read more »

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Benita Robinson, AAUW National Student Advisory Council Member 2002–2003

Catching Up with AAUW National Student Advisory Council Alumnae

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Since 2002, exceptional college students have served on AAUW’s National Student Advisory Council (SAC), helping to shape students into leaders and giving alumnae the confidence to change the world. Read more »

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Finding Time: The Economics of Work-Life Conflict (book cover) by Heather Boushey

Finding Time: The Economics of Work-Life Conflict Book Discussion

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Join economist and former AAUW American Fellow Heather Boushey, author of Finding Time: The Economics of Work-Life Conflict , as we talk about contemporary issues in work-life balance and women’s economic security. Read more »

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Tech Trek campers examine a robot at a 2016 New Mexico Tech Trek camp sponsored by Lockheed Martin.

How a Lockheed Engineer Makes Time to Volunteer with Girls

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With more dedicated volunteers like Lockheed Martin employee Alison Nordt, we can hope to see more girls than ever grow up to be aerospace engineers, astronauts, and tech company CEOs. Read more »

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2015–16 National Student Advisory Council Member Na-Yeon Park holds up a sign with AAUW on it.

I’m a Korean American Woman in Politics, and Biases Won’t Stop Me

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The stereotype of Korean people — especially women — being “shy and quiet” has followed me ever since I was a child and, as I grew up, led others to ignore my leadership potential. Instead of being asked to lead, I was the person asked for help with math problems. Read more »

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