Women Wanted for COVID-19 Survey
Women make most of the healthcare decisions in their family. And Black women, in particular, not only make decisions for their own families but are considered the leaders in the community for information and guidance on health care. Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett was one of...
Statement on the violence at our Nation’s Capitol
January 7, 2021 Colorado Women’s Alliance statement on the violence at our Nation’s Capitol If you’ve ever been to Washington, DC you have undoubtedly experienced a feeling of awe, pride in our Country, respect and a sense of connection for our history and all those...
Announcing the formation of the Colorado Women’s Alliance Foundation
Press Contact: Jennifer Churchfield (303)917-8954, or [email protected] Colorado Women’s Alliance Announces the Formation of Colorado Women’s Alliance Foundation (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) December 9, 2020 – (Golden, CO), Joni Inman, the Executive...
Why the “Equal Pay for Equal Work Act” is Harmful to Women
The proposed “Equal Pay for Equal Work Act” making its way through the Colorado legislature this year is sponsored by many legislators with really good intentions. It’s an admirable attempt to fix wage discrimination issues that still do exist in certain situations. ...
All of them, of course!
As the head of a statewide women’s organization, I was surprised at a recent networking event when asked, “What proposed state bills impact women this year?” I was taken aback. The answer, of course, is “All of them.”
The Colorado Women’s Alliance supports Referenda Y & Z
The Colorado Women’s Alliance supports Referenda Y & Z – Creating an independent commission to draw congressional and legislative boundaries.
Colorado Women’s Alliance Opposes Amendment 73
The Colorado Women’s Alliance opposes Amendment 73 – Raising Taxes for Education. Harmful, not helpful, for families.
Colorado Women’s Alliance Opposes Proposition 112
The Colorado Women’s Alliance opposes Proposition 112 – Minimum Distance Requirements for Oil, Gas and Fracking Projects.