QUIZ: What Does *Your* Glow Up Look Like This Holiday Season?

You don't back down from a fight. You're not the kind of person to let evil prevail in the world. You use your powers for good, and you don't let people attack who or what you [...]

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7 Reasons To Get Excited About Voting This Year

Reason #7 Get excited because 22 million people have already voted! Enthusiasm gap? What enthusiasm gap? Whatever pundits meant at the beginning of the summer can’t possibly [...]

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Reality Check: Nevada Senate Edition

  Sources: CATHERINE CORTEZ-MASTO: Equal Pay "Our country still has a long way to go in ensuring paycheck fairness for middle-class families. This isn't [...]

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3 Steps To Surviving The Next Debate

Color! We've heard from certain leaders that working women are "dangerous" and that dads shouldn't be caregivers. And we have some feelings about that (and think you might [...]

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20 Songs To Start The School Year Right

Ahhhhh, September. The summer is rapidly drawing to a close, and a new school year is here again. Whether you’re a parent or a student--or a parent and a student, or you know, [...]

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Make It Work Poll: Voters Want New Workplace Policies

In August 2015, Anzalone Liszt Grove conducted a nationwide poll of likely 2016 voters for Make It Work[1]. That poll – which focused on workplace issues broadly, as well as [...]

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Working Families: A Winning Issue For ‘16 Candidates?

(Photo Credit: AP/Charlie Neibergall/Reuters/Brendan McDermid)   Affordable childcare, equal pay for equal work, paid leave -- it's time to pull workplace policies [...]

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How Voter ID Laws Affect Women of Color

Posted by Tracy Sturdivant   Headlines are telling a bleak story this election season, particularly for women of color. Fast food and home care workers—the vast [...]

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Should You Vote This Fall?

Use this flowchart to find out. (Hint: the answer is “yes.”)

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