Women in STEM
STEM
Inspiration from a Mom in STEM
Working mothers often juggle competing priorities, but one daughter wouldn’t change a thing about growing up with a mom who worked in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
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SCOTUS
JUSTICE
New Term, Same Stakes
The new U.S. Supreme Court term will be an important one for women and girls. Here’s your guide to upcoming cases that threaten affirmative action, contraceptive access, and other reproductive rights.
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Pay Gap
LAF
Perpetuating the Pay Gap
AAUW’s newest Legal Advocacy Fund case, Rizo v. Fresno County Office of Education, deals with a crucial yet often overlooked factor in the gender pay gap: employers who use employees’ salary history as a basis for their new pay.
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SxSW
ADVOCACY
Did SXSW Give In to Online Harassment?
In October (also known as Bullying Prevention Month), the South by Southwest Interactive festival cancelled two of its panels — including one on online bullying and sexism in gaming culture — due to online threats.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Suffragette, the movie, selected AAUW as a charity of choice! See the movie, and check out our list of things that suffragettes would be fighting for today.

Advocate for women and girls as part of the AAUW delegation at the 60th U.N. Commission on the Status of Women. Applications are due by December 1.

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