Connecting the Issues

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From education to employment to health to child care, the success of women and families depends upon a web of intersecting opportunities, policies, and institutions. That’s why we’re dedicated to realizing a broad vision for progress.


Economic Agenda

Women are the breadwinners, or co-breadwinners, in two-thirds of all families. Yet women are typically paid less than men and are more likely to be poor. We need an economic agenda to create new opportunities for

LGBTQ Equality

Marriage equality is now the law, but we still have a long way to go in the struggle for equal rights. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people still face discrimination — with no clear legal

Racial & Ethnic Justice

We will never achieve equality and opportunity for women while systemic racism and sexism continue to put hurdles in the paths of women of color.

Why Women Should Vote

When women vote, leaders listen. Our government makes decisions every day that affect women’s lives. By voting, women can make sure elected officials focus on the needs and priorities of women and their families.