Family Voices Amplified Data Overview
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Our new mixed-methods survey of family breadwinners captures the economic reality of Black & Latinx women after two years of pandemic uncertainty. We center their voices to inform transformational change in 2022 and beyond.
After the initial 2020 COVID-19 lockdowns, systemic inequities continue to harm women and families of color. These combine with rollbacks in reproductive rights, an ongoing fight for racial justice, persistent gun and police violence, and Congressional barriers to progress.
Women of color are determined to survive and pass on something to their families; they demand more of their workplaces and the care economy. However, to do so it is vitally important to transform structures that do not serve their communities and to reinvest in core values, community needs, and bold policy solutions.
The history and purpose of Family Voices Amplified
Our initiatives for workplace justice and economic security fight for reforms to ensure every woman and family has the opportunity to thrive, at work and beyond. Joining forces with other advocacy and community organizations, we tackle the big issues that may start in the workplace, but have lasting consequences on our personal lives, our economic security, and our families. These innovative campaigns connect the dots between issues of workplace justice, child care, income support, livable wages, and family caregiving.
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 work or school: gender and LGBTQI+ discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and pregnancy or parenting discrimination.
We have trained legal advocates and lawyers on staff to guide you through your legal issue.
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.