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Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez urged employers to make sure workers are being paid fairly at a rally on Latina Equal Pay Day, organized by the Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley, on Dec. 8, 2022.

Santa Clara County leaders take action on gender inequality

Editorial: The most important women’s rights law hardly anyone has heard of article screenshot

Editorial: The most important women’s rights law hardly anyone has heard of

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisor Joe Simitian participates in the celebratory event for the Commission on the Status of Women, along with several Mountain View city council members sitting at the table with him. Photo by Emily Margaretten.

County Commission Promoting Gender Equality Celebrates 50 year Anniversary at Mountain View Event

California State Controller Malia Cohen is the keynote speaker at the County of Santa Clara Commission on the Status of Women luncheon, celebrating its 50th anniversary

Malia Cohen Delivers Keynote at Women's Equality Day Lunch

Lisa Liddle, vice chair of the County of Santa Clara Commission on the Status of Women, speaks alongside county supervisor Cindy Chavez and Britton Schwartz, Deputy Director of the IHRC Santa Clara University School of Law, during a luncheon, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023, in Mountain View, Calif. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

Santa Clara County’s Commission on the Status of Women still fighting for equality 50 years later - Sept 18, 2023


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