WOMEN'S RIGHTS

Since 2010, the Virginia General Assembly has proposed more than 85 restrictions on reproductive healthcare. More over, the gender wage gap persists—particularly for women of color—and paid family leave is only mandated for state employees. Women in Virginia continue to be challenged by inequality in the decisions they make around how and when to raise their families. 

Three Reproductive Health Bills Die in Committee by One Vote

Caitlin Blunnie was in college when she was sexually assaulted by someone who she thought was a friend. She never spoke about it publicly...

Here’s What’s to Come in Virginia for Women’s Rights in 2018

Reproductive health, equal pay and paid family and medical leave are a few of the issues supported by the Women’s Equality Coalition, announced today...