Women's History Month 2010

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Women have made great strides in the fight for equality, but gender bias continues to create huge barriers for many—especially immigrants, women of color, women with low incomes, and victims of domestic violence.

International Women's Day (March 8) and Women's History Month (March) offer an opportunity to celebrate women and the strides we've made towards equality, and to recommit ourselves to the ongoing struggles for women's rights, such as ensuring economic and educational opportunities for all women, ending violence against women, and addressing the harms to women and girls caught up in the criminal justice system.


> Nelson v. Norris
> Boswell v. GumBayTay
> Indigo Real Estate Services v. Rousey
> Alabama Open Records Act Requests


> Association for Molecular Pathology v. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
> Sharps v. Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis
> Doe v. Vermilion Parish School Board
> U.S. v. New York City Board of Education
> A.N.A. v. U.S. Department of Education
> Jessica Gonzales v. U.S.A.


> Sex-Segregated Education on Trial
> First Federal Court Hearing on Whether Human Genes Should Be Patented
> A Milestone With Miles To Go
> 30 Years of Fighting Discrimination against Women–It's time the U.S. Stepped Up
> Exposing the "Secret Punishment" of Incarcerated Children
> Preventing Abuse, Exploitation and Trafficking: Arming Workers with Information


> The Rights of Women: The Authoritative ACLU Guide to Women's Rights
> Title IX & Sexual Violence in Schools
> Paycheck Fairness Act: Fact Sheet
> Sex-Segregated Schools: Separate and Unequal
> Modern Enslavement of Migrant Domestic Workers by Foreign Diplomats in the United States
> Major Supreme Court Decisions on Women's Rights


> Women's Rights Project
> Women's Rights Project Reports: 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003
> FAQs About Women's Rights
> WRP History: Women's Rights on the Agenda
> A Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg
> Leaders Through the Years
> Contact the Women's Rights Project