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January 31, 2017

The Globe Will See Gender Equality in 170 Years, Maybe

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The Washington Post // Amanda Erickson

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January 24, 2017

Reproductive Freedom and Economic Equality: Our Fight in 2017

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Reproductive health issues cannot be swept under the rug if our state hopes to close the gender wage gap for real and achieve economic equality.  Regardless of the national climate, Massachusetts has a responsibility to serve as a leader on these issues. I’m optimistic that we can do that and more.

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January 3, 2017

Bringing in the New Year with a Month of Women's Leadership

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From mentoring other women to teaching young girls about important women of history or negotiating for a new position, see the complete list of suggestions here.

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December 14, 2016

Gender and the Lack of Financial Education: A Detriment to Economic Equality

Editorial

Assuming women achieve pay parity sometime before the century turns, a tricky assumption in and of itself, a complementary issue remains – are women financially savvy enough to navigate safely through the economic and financial challenges that surround our lives?

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December 14, 2016

Celebrating Pat Jehlen & Ellen Story: 2016 Bostonians of the Year Honorable Mentions

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The Boston Globe // Shirley Leung

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December 6, 2016

Is the Wage Gap Really Closing in Massachusetts?

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The Boston Business Journal // Don Seiffert

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