How The American Economy Is Leaving Women Behind: Setting A New Course For Progress And Prosperity

This report was prepared by the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce to support the work of the USWCC | 2006 National Congress on the Economic Advancement of women.

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Evidence of Economic Challenges:

  • Media, Corporate, and Political Manipulation
  • Poverty
  • Educational Pathways to Opportunity
  • Executive Leadership
  • Women's Business Profits
  • Securing Retirement
  • Community and Political Leadership

 

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