National Women’s History Month is over…and I’m exhausted. So many events, so many conversations, so little time.
So what’s the impact?
What I find most interesting about participating in the many events that celebrate National Women’s History Month is the … Read more
Today’s guest post is from Jen Sapitro, founder and Executive Director of Uweza Foundation, who talks about how a scholarship from a Junior League in Illinois led to a life change for the young woman who received it…and for women … Read more
As a women’s organization with over one hundred years of history, The Junior League is proud to celebrate the achievements and gains women have made since our founding in 1901. Yet, there is still work to be done, as women … Read more
Many people do not recognize the critical role they can play in their workplaces and communities to fight human trafficking on a daily basis. From analyzing supply chains in your company’s complex web of services and products, to identifying farm workers or domestic workers … Read more »
Human trafficking has been high on the legislative agenda of the Junior Leagues of the State of New York State Public Affairs Committee since 2006, when NYSPAC members urged members of the New York State Assembly and Senate to enact … Read more