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A Call to Build Black Women’s Futures by Canceling $50K in Student Debt

A national petition has been launched to cancel $50,000 in student debt for every borrower to help build the future of Black women.

Women And Minorities Make Companies 35% More Profitable

UEC is the first to succeed in creating a strategy backed by pioneering cutting-edge research.

Pandemic Could Worsen Educational Inequity for Women

The pandemic may have long-term consequences on women's ability to earn degrees and make inroads in the workforce

Study: Women Officeholders Stuck at 30%, Locally and Nationally

At 51%, women constitute a majority of the U.S. population, but when it comes to holding political office

Labor Leaders: PRO Act Would Boost Working Women

Last month, the U.S. House approved the PRO Act, which among other things, would bar employer interference and influence in union elections.

Wardrobe Anxiety: 73% of Women hold on to Clothes that no longer Fit for Inspiration

Taking Shape, the leading plus-size style alternative for curvy women, have launched a Wardrobe Wellness campaign to help women across the UK let go of clothes that are no longer worn

Spotlight on Black Women’s Contributions to End Sexual Violence

During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, groups are raising awareness about Black women's contributions in the quest to end sexual violence.

Ms. Wisconsin 2020 sets sights on becoming Ms. Black America

Local entrepreneur and beauty influencer Keerah Yeowang is passionate about empowering women and girls to embrace the best versions of themselves.

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Insights on the Last 6 Months of Biden & Congress on Trade

The U.S. and China are engaged in ongoing negotiations while tensions have risen, a lawsuit challenging Trump's imposition of 301 tariffs are underway
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Report: 30M Solar Homes Could Boost Jobs, Benefit Environment

With federal investment, a proposal to connect 30 million homes in the United States to solar energy could have a big impact in addressing climate change

More Calls for Pathway to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants

Immigrants' rights advocates are calling on Congress to pave the way to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented people in the U.S.

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Insights on the Last 6 Months of Biden & Congress on Trade

The U.S. and China are engaged in ongoing negotiations while tensions have risen, a lawsuit challenging Trump's imposition of 301 tariffs are underway

Report: 30M Solar Homes Could Boost Jobs, Benefit Environment

With federal investment, a proposal to connect 30 million homes in the United States to solar energy could have a big impact in addressing climate change