Women’s Day on the Hill
February 26, 2019
Cordell Hull Building, Nashville
The Day on the Hill is an annual policy and action day, where women across the state meet in Nashville to speak directly with their representatives. For AAUW of Tennessee, the Day on the Hill is the culmination of work done by the Advocacy Campaign to transform the Equal Pay initiative into law.
Caption: AAUW-TN Branch Members, Anne Loy and Phyllis Driver (Knoxville); Holly Czuba (Nashville); Lee Anne Carmack (Murfreesboro); Harriette Spiegel (Martin), and Peggy Swann (Murfreesboro) at the 2019 Women’s Day on the Hill
If you are interested in joining the AAUW-TN Advocacy Campaign, please contact our Public Policy Chair, Peggy Swann at firstname.lastname@example.org
46 Years of Title IX: Fight for Equity in Education Rages On
Women and girls still do not have equal educational experiences or opportunities. In 1972, AAUW was at the forefront of advocating for the passage of Title IX, and we continue to fight to realize the full intent of the law, to ensure all students receive an education free from sex discrimination at every level of education across the land. In a year where there have been rollbacks to the enforcement of the law, we need to push even harder to ensure it is protected and vigorously carried out.
EDUCATION ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN:
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AAUW-TN Talking Points for Academic Standards