A new CAP project brings together a diverse group of advocates to push back against religious rhetoric that threatens women’s reproductive health, writes Sally Steenland.
Rebecca Lefton and Jorge Madrid, along with Lejla Sadiku, examine the opportunities to ensure that a booming new jobs sector institutes equal pay from the get go.
Vanessa Cárdenas gives 10 facts on how Latinas still earn significantly less than men and their white, African American, and Asian counterparts.
Issue Brief Sarah Jane Glynn describes how women are now either breadwinners or co-breadwinners in most families.
Sarah Jane Glynn details the damage inflicted on women’s lifetime earnings by the gender wage gap and shows how paid family and medical leave can help solve the problem.
Matt Separa considers what women and their families could do with the money they lose to the gender pay gap.
Sophia Kerby argues that wage and wealth disparities that hurt women of color also hurts the country’s economy.
Julie Ajinkya presents the basic facts about the deep pay inequality facing so many women of color in our economy today.
Sally Steenland and Jessica Arons explain why family planning is integral to women’s economic security.
Interactive Lindsay Rosenthal and Jessica Arons test your knowledge about what health reform is doing to help women and their families get the health care they need.
Rebecca Lefton underscores the importance of including women in climate change adaptation and mitigation plans.
Jessica Arons gives a clear picture of what our country would look like without women’s reproductive rights.
Ann Garcia and Sarah Jane Glynn examine the valuable contributions immigrant women make as home health care workers and why we need to bring them out the shadows.
Julie Ajinkya outlines the major issues facing women in the criminal justice system as the incarceration rate for women in our country continues to climb.