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Two women’s visions of diversity, equity, and inclusion in infrastructure

Listen to this podcast with two social justice leaders about the struggle for gender justice in the transportation and infrastructure sectors.

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Fear on the factory floor is bad for business

In the past 20 years, U.S. manufacturing jobs have become more insecure and precarious.

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Manufacturers have a recruiting problem. So why aren’t they hiring more women?

Despite the fact that women represent 51.4 percent of adults in the U.S., they hold only seven percent of middle-skilled manufacturing jobs.

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Moving Forward: Toward Women’s Equity and Inclusion in the Rail and Transit Sector

The resources in this toolkit support the recruitment, training, and retention of women in nontraditional apprenticeship and jobs in the rail and transit sector.

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Women Can Build: Re-envisioning Rosie

The Women Can Build photo series project uplifts the hardworking women in the transportation manufacturing industry.

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‘Women Can Build’ photography exhibit highlights working women in U.S. manufacturing and transportation

New York — In honor of Women’s History Month, Jobs to Move America and the New York City Department of Transportation announced today the launch of the Women Can Build photography exhibit revealing the overlooked contributions of the skilled and

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June 21, 2016
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‘Women Can Build: Re-Envisioning Rosie’ art exhibit highlights working women at White House summit

On June 14, 5,000 people gathered in Washington, D.C., for the first-ever White House Summit focused on gender equity.

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JMA and Caltech celebrate International Women’s Day

Pasadena—Jobs to Move America (JMA) teamed up with the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), to celebrate International Women’s Day. The event showcased the “Women Can Build” photography exhibit, which reveals the overlooked contributions of skilled and hard-working women who are