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Jan 25 2023

Yesterday, Women’s Commission Commissioners and staff, along with dozens of advocates from other agencies & organizations, tuned into Senate & House committee hearings to listen to public testimony on several bills aiming to protect and... more

Jul 14 2022

Women's Commission, Staff and Commissioners, were thrilled to have the opportunity to travel the state once again to hear from directly for constituents and organizations in their respective communities.

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Jun 24 2022

This morning, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to access abortion.

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Jun 21 2022

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Commissioner Grace Huang, J.D., joined the Washington State Women’s Commission at its inception in 2018, at the... more
Jun 3 2022

Part of being human is experiencing a spectrum of emotions: happy to hurt, love to loathing, peace to panic. However, sometimes our low moments start to feel more intense, and we need help beyond just a good night’s rest or a day off. This is... more

May 25 2022


As mothers and women who believe we all have a sacred duty to protect our nation’s children, we... more
May 13 2022

Despite the global pandemic, new business applications in the U.S. hit a new record last year. In fact, 77% of small business owners feel optimistic about their company’s future, according to the latest... more

May 10 2022

Until fifty years ago, the methods for ending an unwanted pregnancy in the United States included intentionally falling down stairs, ingesting poisons, using instruments like coat hangers, risking the unregulated market, or searching for a... more

Apr 27 2022

Thank you to all who joined our April 21st event, “The Pandemic’s Toll on Latinas: A Conversation with Latina Leaders in Washington State.”

We especially want to thank the Washington State Commission on Hispanic Affairs for co-hosting the... more

Apr 4 2022


“Sexual harassment is strangely taboo.  We say we have evolved, but women are still discouraged from calling it out when it happens. And we don’t feel comfortable talking about it... more

Mar 28 2022

On Tuesday, March 22nd, 2022, a group of dynamic Black women leaders came together from across the region to hold three panel conversations around the topic of... more

Mar 15 2022

To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Women’s Committee of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO held a “Breaking Barriers: Challenge Course & Community Kickback” event on Saturday, March 12, 2022 in the Machinists District 751... more