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All sessions will be open to the public, especially those who identify as women and gender-expansive individuals.

Read the following statement from Alexandra Valdez, the Executive Director of the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement.

All registered family child care providers will receive $3,260 in flexible spending.

Read a statement from Alexandra Valdez, the Executive Director of the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement, on the recent news related to the Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade.

The grantees selected represent a variety of neighborhoods, with three city-wide programs and specific sites in the South End, Jamaica Plain, East Boston, and Dorchester.

Applicants should prioritize equitable access and strengthening worker pay.

All events will be conducted virtually, in accordance with COVID-19 public health guidance.

The Childcare Entrepreneur Fund has previously supported 65 childcare businesses, with a total of $227,500 in funding.

Grantees who are selected will participate in six virtual workshops and will receive $3,500 in funding.

Women’s History Month is an opportunity for Bostonians to engage with stories of women who contribute to public life.

We're seeking original posters inspired by the Women's Suffrage and Equal Rights movements for our "Women’s Voices, One Hundred Years and Counting” exhibition in March 2020. As we near the centennial...

Newly-reconstructed Dana Avenue Bridge will be named after abolitionists and women's rights activists who were Hyde Park residents in the 19th century

This free, convenient resource is available for anyone looking for privacy to breastfeed or pump during normal business hours.

Mayor Walsh and representatives from Boston colleges spoke out against proposed changes to Title IX, the federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational settings.

Tania will oversee and coordinate initiatives to promote equal rights and equal economic, social, political and educational opportunities for all women and girls throughout Boston.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Women Entrepreneurs Boston (WE BOS) today announced the launch of iFundWomen Boston.

This year's theme, "Get Inspired, Get Connected, Get Funded, Get Big" aims to address challenges in funding, mentorship and growing women-led businesses

The research explores how women use new skills to negotiate higher salaries and improve gender equity in their workplaces.

The goal of Equal Pay Awareness Week is to acknowledge the gender wage gap and its consequences, while providing training and tools to help Boston women.

The report found a 23 cent wage gap, meaning women make on average 77 cents for every dollar a man earns in Greater Boston.

The campaign highlights women that do extraordinary work within the Boston community.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced a five-year partnership with the American Association of University Women (AAUW) to offer free salary negotiation workshops available to every woman in the city...

"I am extremely disappointed in the Supreme Court ruling today to overturn the buffer zone around health care facilities that provide abortion care. This law was passed with the support of law...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the creation of the Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement, a department which will oversee and coordinate the Mayor’s initiatives to promote equal rights and equal...

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