of us experiences the economy differently according to our
unique identities and life stories. Age, race, sexuality,
class, geography, ability, life experiences, spirituality
- these factors and others make us different from each other
and therefore influence our place in the economy.
We don't believe the things that make us different are determinants
of how we should or will experience the economy. However,
we do believe that we must be honest about how different groups
of women have and do experience the economy. This will help
us work towards a world in which all women are equal.
The articles in this section are the beginnings of a discussion. We invite you to add your thoughts as well.