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NCCJ Community Perspectives – COVID-19 and Sexism

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 22 Tammuz 5780

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Sexism is an enduring area of inequality in the US, creating differential outcomes for men and women. And these differences have been magnified even further by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Working women have been hit especially hard by this health crisis: that's partially because their roles are concentrated in the "caring professions" and professions that have seen a high number of layoffs. Women are also highly concentrated in certain "essential" fields. What's more, as many can attest, remote working has blurred the lines between one's professional and private lives. And since domestic responsibilities typically fall on women, they now face an increase in demands from work and from their families. 

We hope you can join this free Zoom discussion on how sexism has been heightened by the pandemic and the actions we can take to address its impact.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN TODAY'S SESSION PLEASE E-MAIL LOLLY NICOL.

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