Monthly Archives: January 2017

ACTION ALERT: Philadelphia & Pittsburgh Workers’ Rights Under Attack

Right now, special interests are pushing state legislation that would prohibit Pennsylvania cities and towns from providing workers paid sick leave protections, through what’s called a “pre-emption” bill. Even worse, they edited the proposed legislation to make it retroactive—which means … Continue reading

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Video: Carol Tracy at the Women’s March on Philadelphia

On Saturday, the Women’s Law Project proudly participated in what experts are calling the biggest protest demonstration in the history of the United States. As a state-based organization with a long record of national impact, we chose to resist locally … Continue reading

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WLP’s Carol Tracy to Speak at the Women’s March on Philadelphia

On Saturday January 21, thousands of people are taking to the streets of Philadelphia to participate in the Women’s March on Philadelphia. Participants will gather at 10AM on Logan Circle, then march toward Eakins Oval, where a rally will take place … Continue reading

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Why We’re Marching in Philadelphia on 1/21

This Saturday, thousands of people are taking to the streets of Philadelphia to participate in the Women’s March on Philadelphia. Participants will gather at 10AM on Logan Circle, then march toward Eakins Oval, where a rally will take place in … Continue reading

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For #Roe44, Join Us for a Free Screening of TRAPPED

  To celebrate the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and explore the current attack on reproductive rights, we invite you to view the groundbreaking documentary TRAPPED (2016) at Chatham University on January 19 at 6:30PM. Tickets are free, and you can … Continue reading

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