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Sin by Silence Bill
California Governor Jerry Brown signs Sin by Silence bill into law on the eve of Domestic Violence Awareness month.
Saudi Arabian Women to Sit on the Shura Council
King Abdullah has for the first time granted women 30 seats on the Shura Council. With this important move Saudi Arabia makes a painfully slow step toward gender equality.
Remembering Gerda Lerner
Gerda Lerner, historian, professor and author died at the age of 92. Lerner is credited with the creation of Women's Studies programs. She founded the first program as a professor at Sarah Lawrence College.
Obama encourages volunteerism
In a Roanoke, VA campaign speech, President Barack Obama reminds us of our interconnectedness.
New Hampshire Elects all Female Delegation
New Hampshire elects the first ever all female delegation in the United States. This first bodes well for women in our ongoing struggle for equality.
Manage Your Money
Managing money well has become increasingly important for women as we can no longer rely solely on husbands, employers or Social Security to meet financial needs in retirement. Although money management sometimes feels overwhelming it is a skill we can develop.
Malala Yousafzai Inspires Activism
Malala Yousafzai's activism reminds us that we must find our own ways to improve the lives of women and girls - ourselves included.
Judy Clarke - Attorney and Advocate
Judy Clarke, anti-death penalty attorney, looks for the person behind the crime.
Increase the Minimum Wage
Millions of families are living so close to the financial edge that the prospect of homelessness is never far way.
How to Start Saving Today
You don't need a lot of extra money to start saving. With as little as the change in your piggy bank, you can start planning for your financial future.
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