A look at Women’s health in Pa. | The Numbers Racket
While Women’s History Month is a time to reflect on the unique achievements and accomplishments of women of all races, ethnicities, creeds and orientations, it is also a time to discuss key issues affecting women in the United States and in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
‘Something needs to change’: Wolf admin, Casey, state lawmakers call for action on wage gap
Calling unequal pay practices “antiquated” and “absurd,” Pennsylvania First Lady Frances Wolf didn’t mince words about the importance of pay equity in the commonwealth.
MAP: Women STEM degrees by county | The Numbers Racket
Each month, the Pennsylvania State Data Center, at Penn State’s Harrisburg campus in Middletown, Pa. creates a “map of the month,” visualizing statewide data statistics on a different topic.
A new book celebrates Philadelphia’s Black women leaders
What started off as a passion project to highlight lesser-known names in Black history morphed in an eight-year quest and a new book.
These Philly therapists are helping strong Black women learn that it’s okay to be human too
Some strong Black women, particularly those who are entrepreneurs, are unaware that they are struggling with depression.
These W.Pa. women pols asked ‘WTF Pittsburgh?’ so they started a PAC to do something about it
Since its formation in 2016, Women for the Future of Pittsburgh have raised $47,000 and helped get 12 women elected to public office.
By accelerating opportunities for women, we’re building a stronger and more competitive Pa. | Frances Wolf
Gov. Tom Wolf has made creating educational opportunities for women and girls a top priority, First Lady Frances Wolf argues.