The Union W.A.G.E. Pamphlet collection contains 200 items with a large focus on equity for women. Subjects include workers
rights, women's liberation, feminism, child care, internationalism, anti-imperialism, and safe working conditions.
Union WAGE (Women's Alliance to Gain Equality) was founded on International Women's Day, March 8, 1971, at an educational
conference sponsored by the National Organization for Women (NOW), at the University of California, Berkeley. Union WAGE was
a politically non-partisan, non-profit organization for "working women" which included housewives, unemployed, retired, and
welfare women. The organization's purpose was to achieve "equal rights, equal pay, and equal opportunity" for working women.
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