Certain policies not only make working people’s lives better, but also make our communities stronger and make Maryland a more attractive place to live and work, like —
Equal Pay, Fair Scheduling, Earned Sick Leave, Affordable Child Care and a Statewide $15 Minimum Wage.
The Women’s Economic Security Agenda (WESA) is a strategy for improving the economic stability of women and their families in Maryland. We must continually press our state legislators to act with urgency* …Message us to get involved and #pushwesa
And special thanks again to everyone who made the February 6th 2017 WESA Symposium successful. We’re so grateful to our Cosponsors* pictured here-
Symposium Co-Sponsors – right to left: Charly Carter, Andrea Johnson, Emily Martin National Women’s Law Center, Joanne C. Benson, Anita Rosen AAUW – Maryland, Denise Herietta Norfleet-Walker, Ben Orr Maryland Center on Economic Policy, Rebecca Wagner, Advocates for Children and Youth, Dante Bishop, Sandy Bell, Maryland National Organization for Women, Diana Philip NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland, Aletheia McCaskill Tender Tots Childcare Facility, Ginger Macomber, Woman’s Democratic Club of Montgomery County, Maryland, Boaz Young UFCW Local 400, Jennifer Dwyer, Larry Stafford Jr. Progressive Maryland, Not pictured: Delegate Ariana Kelly, Joseph Kitchen, Ruth Martin