By Jhumpa Bhattacharya | Medium

We are living in a remarkable time for the fight for gender equity. From #MeToo and #TimesUp to the unprecedented wave of women elected to congressional office, women across generations are stepping into their power and working to change the injustices they face every day. Tired of living in a society overrun by outdated patriarchal norms and policies, women are organizing and striving to make a better future for themselves and the generations to come.

New research backs up why these movements are vital, and why we need more women in positions of power to ensure discussions and decisions around policies like guaranteed income meet the needs of women of color.

Clipped Wings, a new report produced by Asset Funders Network (AFN), in collaboration with the Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap (CWWG) initiative and the Insight Center for Community Economic Development, highlights how our economic and social policies are based on racist and sexist ideologies and practices, and are in dire need of transformation in order to keep up with the realities of the millennial experience.

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