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Support Women and Families – in Sacramento and Online!

April 3, 2017 | by

Tomorrow, on Equal Pay Day, Equal Rights Advocates and the Stronger California Advocates Network will launch our 2017 legislative agenda for women’s economic security. We will rally at the state capitol to ensure that our legislators fight for affordable child care, fair pay and job opportunities, paid family leave, and vulnerable communities. (Learn more about the Stronger California Advocates Network and Legislative agenda at strongercalifornia.org). 

Sign up to join us for tomorrow’s rally and lobby visits in Sacramento here.

Can’t be there in Sacramento? You can still support the Stronger California agenda online! Just click on the links below to raise your voice. No matter what you share, but sure to include #StrongerCA. 

All families need #paidleave, affordable #childcare, and #equalpay. That’s why I stand with #StrongerCA advocates in 2017. 

I stand with the #StrongerCA Advocates Network to call for women’s and families’ economic security across California. 

I won’t wait 4 years – CA legislators, we must fight for policies that support women and families now. #StrongerCA

Download and share these graphics on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to show your support of strong policy reform that benefits women and families:

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