The goal of the Alameda Commission On The Status of Women is to maximize parity for women and girls by supporting the elimination of gender-discriminatory services and practices in the areas of housing, employment, health services, child care, and elder care in Alameda County. Areas of focus include domestic violence, sexual harassment, affirmative action, reproductive rights, and legislative issues.
Meetings are open to the public and are held on the second Wednesday of each month beginning at 6pm at the Alameda County Social Service Agency, 2000 San Pablo Ave, Oakland.
Meetings are subject to change at short notice. It is advisable to call at least 24 hours before a meeting date if you are interested in attending.
Location: Alameda Cty Social Service Agency, 2000 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, 94612
Room: Oakland Room #231C
Contact Phone: (510) 271-9128
~ Alameda CSW 40th Anniversary ~
SAVE THE DATE:
The 40th Anniversary of the Alameda County Commission on the Status of Women
Day/Date: Wednesday, February 4th, 2014
Time: 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Place: Hayward City Hall
Celebrating 40 Years of Serving women and girls in Alameda County
~ In The News ~
House Passes Violence Against Women Act:
The Daily Beast Looks At “Women in the World”:
URGENT ERA ACTION ITEMS:
- A petition for Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) ratification is currently collecting signatures through the We the People petition process on the White House website.
- Ask Your Member of Congress to Support the Equal Rights Amendment Today