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CWLC Initiative: NCAA Data Shows Discrimination Against Female Athletes Is Getting Worse (2020)

August 18, 2020

Champion Women and the California Women’s Law Center performed an in-depth analysis of data available via the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act. Because athletics is sex-segregated, discrimination and gaps are easy to measure. The data shows discrimination throughout intercollegiate sports and that inequality is growing at an unrestrained rate. Key findings include: 90% of universities
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CWLC Initiative: The ABC’s of Breastfeeding (2020)

November 5, 2019

Title IX prohibits all forms of gender discrimination in schools, including any limits placed on female students who need to express milk. Additionally, California laws require most schools to provide reasonable accommodations to lactating pupils and adequately address their needs related to breastfeeding. In 2015, CWLC partnered with the ACLU of Southern California and BreastfeedLA
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CWLC and CCoA Elder Economic Forum: Political, Economic, and Demographic Imapacts on Retirement (2019)

July 9, 2020

Over the next decade and a half, the number of people in California aged 65 and older will grow by 4 million. We know that our state is struggling to meet the needs of our aging population and many are unable to retire or thrive on their fixed incomes. Consequently, nearly half of California’s older
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CWLC Report: HIV Criminalization and Sex Work in California (2017)

January 20, 2018

In collaboration with The Williams Institute and the California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Center, CWLC helped bring attention to the discriminatory treatment of female sex workers in California. As part of this effort, we participated in the creation of a report analyzing arrests made in California from 2005-2013 for prostitution and other offenses related to sex
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