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VisionForward Blog

 

"My dream is to revolutionize the way Philadelphia votes."

A chat with Jen Devor, candidate for city commissioner, on addressing voter access issues.

 

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Signe Wilkinson year of the woman

Moving Towards Shared Leadership

Women made history on Election Day 2018.

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Election Day 2018

Voting makes me feel __________.

On Election Day 2018, we asked the Vision 2020 community to fill in the blank: "Voting makes me feel _________." Here's what they had to say.

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Vision 2020 Has Been Busy!

In true back-to-school fashion, the past two months have been a whirlwind of exciting activities, announcements and events for Vision 2020.

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Governor Tom Wolf Supports Vision 2020's Women 100

Inside Vision 2020’s Women 100 Announcement on Constitution Day

Plans for Vision 2020’s Women 100: A Celebration of American Women in the year 2020 were announced publicly on September 17, 2018.

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Uneven Paths to Shared Leadership

It's time for us to consider how achieving top leadership positions may be different for women than for men, and what can be done to even out those paths.

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Highlighting Little-Known Stories of Women in History

Women’s Equality Day is a nationally recognized day celebrated each year on August 26—the date on which the 19th Amendment became law 98 years ago, granting American women the right to vote.

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ERA protest

What's the ETA on the ERA?

Illinois recently became the 37th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, the “ERA,” roughly 95 years after it was initially proposed in 1923. The Illinois vote brings the ERA just one vote shy of the 38 states required to approve an amendment to the U.S. Constitution—or does it?

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Paying Attention to Primary Elections

A record number of women are running at all levels of government, and about half have won their races so far. Although some will lose, their candidacies are significant.

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