iAdelante Book Discussions
We’ve had a great start to the 2016-2017 ¡Adelante! reading list with more than 50 registrants for the National Hispanic Heritage Month discussion with authors of The Ones I Bring with Me. More online book discussions are scheduled before the year. Enjoy the books and join us for the discussions.
Join us for an online discussion with Kimberly Elkins, author of What is Visible: A Novel, based on the true story of the first blind and deaf person to learn language. And no, we’re not talking about Helen Keller.
When: November 3, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. ET
Cost: Free for members; $10 for non-members
The Beginning and End of Rape on Friday : November 2016
Violence against Native American women is a historical and political problem bounded by oppression and colonial violence. Join author Sarah Deer as she provides a clear historical overview of rape and sex trafficking in North America, paying particular attention to the gendered legacy of colonialism of tribal nations.
The Poisoned Table : December 2016
Author and AAUW national member Diane Michael Cantor portrays a passionate rivalry between fictional actress Isabel Graves and real-life Shakespearian sensation Frances Anne “Fanny” Kemble.
You Have a Voice in AAUW’s Future: It’s time to tell us what changes you’d like to see to the AAUW Bylaws and Public Policy Program. The comment period opens October 3 and ends December 5, 2016
Visit the website to comment, propose an amendment, or make a resolution.
Why are men paid more than women for the same job role?
To find out, read The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap Fall 2016 edition. This addresses the gender pay gap issues in the United States for all ages, races, and education levels and also proposes solutions on what you can do to close it.
Downloadable Image: https://www.aauw.org/files/2016/09/simple-truth-fall-2016-cover-600px.jpg
November 1 is Latina Equal Pay Day
More than ever before, girls are studying and excelling in science and mathematics. Yet the dramatic increase in girls’ educational achievements in scientific and mathematical subjects has not been matched by similar increases in the representation of women working as engineers and computing professionals. Why there are still so few women in the critical fields of engineering and computing? AAUW’s Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing explains what we can do to make these fields open to and desirable for all employees.
All other available versions: https://www.aauw.org/resource/solving-the-equation-executive-summary/
Gender bias is the form of discrimination and should have no room in your everyday routine.
Have you ever faced gender bias? Do you know how to respond when you encounter such situation?
Although every scenario is different, you can use some basic tactics to respond to it. We have created different common scenarios to help you tackle the issues when these biases occur.