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Labor Day
Five Pathways to Good Jobs for Women

As Labor Day approaches, we’re thinking about the jobs and opportunities that do the best job of promoting women’s economic mobility and security.

Black Women EPD
Back to the Future: Black Women’s Equal Pay is 100 Years Too Late

Mark 2130 on your calendars, it’s set to be a momentous year. Far from being the year we invent time travel, it’s the year Black women are finally projected to close the wage gap and catch up to White men’s earnings. And that milestone is set to arrive 110 years too late.

Black Lives Matter
IWPR Staff Statement on Black Lives Matter

We mourn and condemn the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the many others who have lost their lives to police violence and racial hatred. We send our heartfelt condolences to their families and the communities that have been impacted by the loss of their loved ones, and commit to working alongside them until there is justice.

Spill the Tea
Spilling the Tea: Why Salary Transparency is Necessary for Pay Equity

Knowledge is power—especially when it comes to your paycheck.

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Bills to Pay and No Paychecks to Pay Them: Growing Need for Relief as Benefits Expire

This article is part of a week-long series for IWPR’s signature Status of Women in the States initiative. The work featured in this series highlights the various ways the pandemic and related economic crisis are impacting women and their families at the state level. This project builds on IWPR’s recent economic recovery report that details the extent to which women, and particularly women of color, have shouldered the greatest burden of the economic crisis, and also proposes a slate of bold policies to ensure [...]

December 17, 2020|Categories: In the Lead|Tags: |

In Case You Missed It…IWPR Mid-December Highlights

This has been a whirlwind year, one in which sociopolitical, health, and economic crises leveled the gains working women and their families made in the years since the Great Recession. This has made our work at IWPR more important than ever. These past few weeks, we've been working to end the year with a bang by setting a bold policy agenda that will build women's power and influence in 2021. Here's what we've been doing: Highlighting women's experiences and needs [...]

December 16, 2020|Categories: In the Lead|

Families report food insecurity as pandemic continues and benefits set to end

This article is part of a week-long series for IWPR’s signature Status of Women in the States initiative. The work featured in this series highlights the various ways the pandemic and related economic crisis are impacting women and their families at the state level. This project builds on IWPR’s recent economic recovery report that details the extent to which women, and particularly women of color, have shouldered the greatest burden of the economic crisis, and also proposes a slate of bold policies to ensure [...]

December 16, 2020|Categories: In the Lead|Tags: , , , , |

The Impact of COVID-19 on Women in Missouri

By: Wendy Doyle, President & CEO of United WE This article is part of a week-long series for IWPR’s signature Status of Women in the States initiative. The work featured in this series highlights the various ways the pandemic and related economic crisis are impacting women and their families at the state level. This project builds on IWPR’s recent economic recovery report that details the extent to which women, and particularly women of color, have shouldered the greatest burden of the economic crisis, and [...]

December 15, 2020|Categories: In the Lead|Tags: , |

How COVID-19 is Impacting Women in Kansas

By: Wendy Doyle, President & CEO of United WE This guest blog is part of a week-long series for IWPR’s signature Status of Women in the States initiative. The work featured in this series highlights the various ways the pandemic and related economic crisis are impacting women and their families at the state level. This project builds on IWPR’s recent economic recovery report that details the extent to which women, and particularly women of color, have shouldered the greatest burden of the economic crisis, [...]

December 15, 2020|Categories: In the Lead|Tags: , |

States and localities need federal funding to address housing insecurity among women and families

This article is part of a week-long series for IWPR’s Status of Women in the States initiative. The work featured in this series highlights the various ways the pandemic and related economic crisis are impacting women and their families at the state-level. This project builds on IWPR’s recent economic recovery report that details the extent to which women, and particularly women of color, have shouldered the greatest burden of the economic crisis, and also proposes a slate of bold [...]

December 15, 2020|Categories: In the Lead|Tags: , , , |
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