National Women's Law Center
Since 1972, the National Women's Law Center has expanded the possibilities for women and girls in America. (Please note: Pins/Repins do not indicate an endorsement on behalf of NWLC.)
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We’re at a pivot point with child care assistance policies. Families are better off under one or more policies in 2013 than in 2012 in slightly over half the states and worse off in slightly under half the states. See where your state stands: www.nwlc.org/...
The President’s plan to expand high-quality early learning opportunities funded by an increase in federal tobacco taxes would help ensure a future of smart, healthy children nationwide. Find out how many children will benefit in your state at www.smarthealthyk....
If the majority of jobs women gained in the recovery are low wage – are we really recovering? Find out at bit.ly/12iZwtc.
Mildred Carter of Tuskegee was Alabama’s first licensed black female pilot. With 150 hours of flight time logged, Carter flew the skies in a two-plane formation with her husband, a fellow Tuskegee Airman, Herbert Carter. Known as the Tuskegee Airmen Organization’s “First Family,” the Carters were married for nearly 70 years. She passed away in October 2011.
President Obama nominated three qualified individuals to fill the vacant seats on the D.C. Circuit Court, but some Senators may move to block their nominations. The obstruction must end! Tell your Senators to swiftly consider the new nominees at www.nwlc.org/....
The White House’s Cecilia Muñoz meeting with a child who attended our thank-you drop off. (Photo Credit: Jeff Martin/...)
A box full of thank-you notes to President Obama for his ambitious agenda for early care and education. (Photo Credit: Jeff Martin/...)