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Women’s Equality Day serves as a reminder of the ongoing fight to ensure that voting rights and equal rights are secured for all.
While we know that all workers in this country are entitled to certain protections under the law, we also know that too many don’t receive them. So we’re taking action.
When we dug into our procurement data as part of our equity analysis, the results were encouraging, but also identified some areas where there is room for improvement.
Historians affirm what celebrants of Juneteenth have long known: that slavery’s overthrow was the culmination of countless acts of resilience, resistance, organizing, and uprising by enslaved and formerly enslaved people.
The pandemic brought home the injustice of the digital divide, and made this fundamental fact more clear: Expanded access to broadband is critical to building an inclusive workforce.
Our Women’s Bureau was founded 101 years ago. As we look toward the next hundred years of service, Women’s Bureau Director Wendy Chun-Hoon discusses the agency’s unique opportunity to create new and better solutions for working women.
Pride Month is a chance to celebrate and honor the work of LGBTQ+ people as we fight every day for equity and inclusion in society, in the law and in our workplaces.
A new data challenge will help ensure our programs and resources are equally accessible to all Americans.
We have a lot of work left to do but we’re off to a strong start. I’m excited about what we can accomplish in the next 100 days and beyond.
The Department of Labor has a unique role in ensuring that U.S. labor and employment policies support all workers, especially those who have historically faced discrimination, disadvantage, and exclusion.