Advocates March Downtown For Women's Rights, Paid Sick LeaveA crowd of women and men filled the streets of Downtown Pittsburgh on Thursday morning, marching for women's rights on International Women's Day.
Double Take: McDonald’s Turns Arches Upside Down To Make StatementIt’s not a bizarre prank, and it’s not a mistake, some McDonald’s locations are reportedly flipping their golden arches upside down.
Seeing Red: 'Day Without A Woman' Celebrates Female PowerMany American women stayed home from work, joined rallies or wore red Wednesday to demonstrate how vital they are to the U.S. economy, as International Women's Day was observed with a multitude of events around the world.
Women’s Strike Organizers Trying To ‘Reorient Conversation About What Work Is’Wherever you find yourself working, there is a call for women to go on strike on Wednesday.
Some Pittsburghers Planning To Strike On ‘International Women’s Day’Wednesday is International Women's Day, and some groups are calling on women to go on strike to make a point about women’s rights and equal pay.
Best Ways To Celebrate Women's History Month 2013 In PittsburghPittsburgh is full of important historical figures, contemporary talented artists and volunteers passionately committed to cause of women's equality. Celebrate women by taking part in some of these activities around the city.