Jennifer Epps-Addison is President and Co-Executive Director at the Center for Popular Democracy, a national social and economic justice movement-building organization with 43 affiliates in 30 states. Previously, she served as Chief Program Officer for the Liberty Hill Foundation, a social justice foundation in Los Angeles that funds grassroots community organizing campaigns for social change. She also helped to coordinate the Fight for $15 in Wisconsin.
One of the few bright spots in the recent election was a series of victories on increasing minimum wage. The author, a leading advocate, explains how the fight for a fair economy will be won by women. More »
As the Fight for $15 movement for fair wages and workers' rights prepares for a major strike and protest on April 14, the author, a leading advocate, spotlights women's leadership—and the stakes for women workers. More »