March 11, 2008

Thank You for Marching Forth

by Helen Blank, Director of Leadership and Public PolicyNational Women's Law Center On March 4th, advocates across the country asked their members of Congress for increased investments in child care and Head Start. Our collective efforts resulted

March 11, 2008

The Madness in Michigan Has Ended, and Begun

by Neena Chaudhry, Senior Counsel National Women’s Law Center

March 11, 2008

What’s Right with Kansas

by Helen Blank, Director of Leadership and Public PolicyNational Women's Law Center

March 10, 2008

Weekly Round-Up

by Mary Robbins, Program AssistantNational Women’s Law Center The National Urban League released this year’s State of Black America report last week. The report details the triumphs and traumas of black women in the past year and

March 7, 2008

The “Fortunate 400” vs. The Rest of Us

by Mary Robbins, Program AssistantNational Women’s Law Center

March 7, 2008

Fighting the Urge to Merge

by Jill Morrison, Senior CounselNational Women’s Law Center

March 7, 2008

It’s No Fun To Say “I Told You So”

by Gretchen Borchelt, Senior CounselNational Women’s Law Center

March 6, 2008

Seventeen and Counting…

by Julia Kaye, Program AssistantNational Women’s Law Center Iowa Governor Chet Culver announced last week that the state will join the likes of Virginia, Arizona and Montana in rejecting federal funding for abstinence-only programs (last year Iowa

March 6, 2008

Good Eats in the Inner City

by Lisa Codispoti, Senior Advisorand Brigette Courtot, Policy AnalystNational Women’s Law Center This post is part of a weekly series on Women and Health Reform. The challenges posed by our health care system can be overwhelming, and

March 6, 2008

SBA Erects Another Roadblock For Women-Owned Businesses

by Fatima Goss Graves, Senior CounselNational Women’s Law CenterThis week the Center joined together with a diverse group of organizations to file comments protesting the Small Business Administration’s proposed rule to implement the Women’s Procurement Program.

March 5, 2008

Education That Leaves Too Many Children Behind

by Fatima Goss Graves, Senior Counsel and Jocelyn Samuels, Vice President for Education and EmploymentNational Women’s Law CenterThe walls of the boys’ classroom are painted blue, the light bulbs emit a cool white light and the

March 5, 2008

File This Under “Bad Ideas”

by Jill Morrison, Senior CounselNational Women’s Law Center