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AAUWMI Public Policy Program 2013-2015
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Public Policy Principles & Biennial Action PrioritiesThe Public Policy Program underscores AAUW’s mission of advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research and speaks to women’s needs, aspirations, and... Read More

Education
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Nancy Kaffe, Detroit Free Press: When did Michigan stop caring about its schools? Let’s talk about property values, what kinds of communities tend to attract and keep families with children, and Michigan’s broken school... Read More

Equal Pay
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Motherhood, Race Factor into Lesser Salary for Some Women The salary that Brittany makes as a program manager doesn’t pay enough to support her and her 4-year-old daughter. But according to Brittany’s research,... Read More

Diversity & Inclusion
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"If My Hair Were Blue, Could I Still Play With You?" This workshop discussed how to engage potential members and leaders from diverse groups. Attendees were given an opportunity to share examples of... Read More

News & Events
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Engage in the dialogue!  Stay informed with up-to-date news & views on issues and events that impact women, girls and the community in which they live. Engage in the dialogue. Post articles, comments,... Read More

Let’s Talk Membership!
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National Website feature (aauw.org) Did you know?  On the national website, there is a webpage entitled “Resources.”  If you haven’t taken a look at the available resources for branches, please do so. Under... Read More

Economic Justice
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The Growth and Spread of Concentrated Poverty, 2000 to 2008-2012 The economically turbulent 2000s have redrawn America’s geography of poverty in more ways than one. After two downturns and subsequent recoveries that failed... Read More