A look at Women’s health in Pa. | The Numbers Racket

BY: - March 21, 2022

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

BY: - March 15, 2022

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

BY: - March 22, 2021

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

BY: - March 9, 2020

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

BY: - March 8, 2020

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

BY: - March 5, 2020

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

BY: - March 20, 2019

Gov. Tom Wolf has made creating educational opportunities for women and girls a top priority, First Lady Frances Wolf argues.