Louisiana Women's Policy and Research Commission
Announces Second Webinar in Series
The Louisiana Women's Policy and Research Commission recently released a Status of Women in Louisiana report. The Commission invites you to join them as they take a deep dive into the report through a series of webinars. This webinar, the second in the series, will focus on Caring for Children and Families, including Early Childhood Care and Education, Paid Family and Medical Leave, and Paid Sick Leave. Additional webinars will be announced soon.
Registration is required.

WHAT: Status of Women in Louisiana: Caring for Children and Families

WHEN: Monday, March 29, 2021 from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.

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Special thanks to our moderator, Louisiana Women's Policy and Research Commission Chair Charmaine Caccioppi, and presenters:

Introduction, Gov. John Bel Edwards
Understanding ALICE, Dr. Ashley Anglin, United Way of Northern New Jersey
An Equity and Justice Agenda, Janea Jamison, Power Coalition for Equity and Justice
Budget Needs to Lift Women Out of Poverty, Jan Moller, Louisiana Budget Project
Legislative Efforts to Address the Pink Tax, Rep. Aimee Adatto Freeman
Legislative Priorities Impacting Equal Pay & Minimum Wage, Rep. Barbara Carpenter, Chair of House Committee on Labor and Industrial Relations
Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus Priorities Impacting Women, Rep. Ted James, Chair of House Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice and Chair of the Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus