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40 years of Title IX: More female graduates, but still earning less

Last weekend was the 40th anniversary of Title IX, an Education Amendment that prohibits sex discrimination in federally-funded education programs – including admissions, curriculum, athletics, and even faculty and staff. While this law protects both males and females, it is

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What Women Want: A Community Forum

Please join EOI, the Washington State Budget & Policy Center, and other community partners for a forum titled What Women Want: Jobs, Education, & Healthcare. This free community forum on Tuesday May 8th from 6 to 8pm, will highlight the impacts of

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Let’s not undo 50 years of progress on racial equality

From the Everett Herald: This week is the start of a five-year period of commemoration, celebration, consideration and contrition. It was on Dec. 20, 1860 that South Carolina seceded from the Union. On Monday, in Charleston, the people nostalgic for

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