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Read about Harriet Tubman and Fannie Lou Hamer, two Black American women with disabilities who advanced freedom, democracy and human rights — the fundamental building blocks of equity and inclusion.
Throughout America’s history, women have played a critical role in mines and mining operations. During Women's History Month, we recognize the contributions women have made in the mining industry and their role in creating opportunities and better working conditions in mines.
On March 21, designated Rosie the Riveter Day, we honor the legacy of the women whose work supported the war effort and push for continued equity for women in nontraditional jobs.
The Office of the Chief Information Officer within the Department of Labor is an information technology---based organization seeking to promote excellence and equality in technology by incorporating the unique perspectives, skills and voices of women in leadership roles.
The gender wage gap is a calculation that reflects the fact that, on average, women are paid less than men. All women were paid, on average, 83% of what men were paid.
Learn how one worker used an apprenticeship to launch her American dream.
The Bureau for International Labor Affairs funds programs around the world to combat child labor and forced labor.
Read how the Women in Construction program by the Women's Bureau assists women to pursue a new trade.
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we recognize the progress women have made and reflect on the current status of working women in America.
Learn more on why a national paid family and medical leave program is needed.