When You're at Work
You have a right to work without harassment & discrimination holding you back.
500K domestic workers & garment factory workers protected from unsafe conditions & wage theft through our 2021 Stronger CA campaign
2.7M student survivors protected by the nation's strongest campus sexual assault bill
319K workers & students empowered by our Know Your Rights guides last year
Our new Family Voices Amplified report captures the harsh economic reality of Black & Latinx women after 2 years of pandemic uncertainty. 86% were laid off, furloughed, or had their hours/wages reduced. 85% took on additional debt.
It’s important for me to be an advocate for my son, to be an advocate for myself, to be able to stand up for the both of us. I think it’s important for women to know they have a voice that needs to be heard.Candice Branner, ERA essential worker client
We don’t just enforce the laws — we help create them, too. With innovative reforms inspired by the real people we serve, we work to make the law stronger, better, and more just.
Partnering with advocates and community organizations across the country, we fight for your right to a fair paycheck, a safe and equitable workplace, and schools that do the right thing when you experience harassment or assault.
Our new Family Voices Amplified report captures a harsh economic reality for Black & Latinx women after 2 years of pandemic uncertainty: 86% were laid off, furloughed, or had their hours/wages reduced. 85% took on additional debt.
Learn what your rights are so you can navigate your situation and make the best decision for you.
We may be able to provide free legal help for the following issues at school: gender and LGBTQI+ discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and pregnancy or parenting discrimination.
Aprende sus derechos para que puedas navegar su situación y tomar la mejor decisión para ti.
Posible que podamos proveer ayuda legal por gratis por los siguientes problemas en el trabajo o la escuela: discriminación basado en el género o por LGBTQI+, acoso sexual, asalto sexual, y discriminación basado en el embarazo o por ser padre/madre.