SELECT YOUR PERSONA

  • company / organization leader
    • work
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to connect two women or other underrepresented people with mentors.
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to ensure our board, senior team, and speakers are 50% women.
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to implement paid family leave and flexible work policies for all genders.
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to ensure all employees receive equal pay for equal work.
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to address unexamined biases that hinder people from being hired and promoted.
    • society
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to connect two women or other underrepresented people with mentors.
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to ensure our board, senior team, and speakers are 50% women.
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to implement paid family leave and flexible work policies for all genders.
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to ensure all employees receive equal pay for equal work.
      • As a leader in my company/organization, I pledge to address unexamined biases that hinder people from being hired and promoted.
    • personal
      • I pledge to take an unconscious bias test to evaluate my thoughts and actions.
      • I pledge to respect and use people’s gender pronouns.
      • I pledge to speak up when my peers say something that’s demeaning to others, even if they’re “just kidding”.
      • I pledge to educate myself about an issue that doesn’t directly impact my life.
      • I pledge to acknowledge a woman’s character strengths and accomplishments instead of her physical appearance.
    • media
      • I pledge to follow ten new people who are different than me on social media.
      • I pledge to watch at least one film per month by or about women and other underrepresented voices.
      • I pledge to read two books by women and other underrepresented voices by the end of the year.
      • I pledge to comment when roles of women and underrepresented people are lacking or based on stereotypes.
      • I pledge to learn about the Safe Sport Act and share that knowledge with others.
    • home
      • I pledge to discuss and balance the division of labor and domestic work in my household.
      • I pledge to volunteer 10 hours for an organization that supports a cause that doesn’t directly impact my life.
      • I pledge to discuss and balance caretaking responsibilities for youth and elders in my family.
      • I pledge to make sure my partner and I feel we have the same career opportunities and support.
      • I pledge to discuss what consent means with my partner and children.
  • educator / school administrator
    • school
      • As an educator/school administrator, I pledge to connect two women or other underrepresented people with mentors.
      • As an educator/school administrator, I pledge to include an equal number of male and female figures in curriculum.
      • As an educator/administrator, I pledge to have 50% women and/or gender-nonconforming speakers.
      • As an educator/school administrator, I pledge to bring workshops focused on healthy masculinity to my school.
      • As an educator/school administrator, I pledge to encourage male participation in PTA and other volunteer activities.
    • society
      • I pledge to register and vote in all elections, from local to national.
      • I pledge to educate myself and three others about the status of the Equal Rights Amendment.
      • I pledge to support the campaigns of women and underrepresented candidates.
      • I pledge to support women-owned, Gender-Fair, and B-corps-certified companies.
      • I pledge to push my town or city to adopt the Gender Equity Toolkit for cities.
    • personal
      • I pledge to take an unconscious bias test to evaluate my thoughts and actions.
      • I pledge to respect and use people’s gender pronouns.
      • I pledge to speak up when my peers say something that’s demeaning to others, even if they’re “just kidding”.
      • I pledge to educate myself about an issue that doesn’t directly impact my life.
      • I pledge to acknowledge a woman’s character strengths and accomplishments instead of her physical appearance.
    • media
      • I pledge to follow ten new people who are different than me on social media.
      • I pledge to watch at least one film per month by or about women and other underrepresented voices.
      • I pledge to read two books by women and other underrepresented voices by the end of the year.
      • I pledge to comment when roles of women and underrepresented people are lacking or based on stereotypes.
      • I pledge to learn about the Safe Sport Act and share that knowledge with others.
    • home
      • I pledge to discuss and balance the division of labor and domestic work in my household.
      • I pledge to volunteer 10 hours for an organization that supports a cause that doesn’t directly impact my life.
      • I pledge to discuss and balance caretaking responsibilities for youth and elders in my family.
      • I pledge to make sure my partner and I feel we have the same career opportunities and support.
      • I pledge to discuss what consent means with my partner and children.
  • individual (over 18)
    • work
      • At work, I pledge to echo the voices of women and underrepresented people.
      • At work, I pledge to nurture relationships with potential mentors/mentees.
      • At work, I pledge to research my value and ask for a raise or position that fits my skills and abilities.
      • At work, I pledge to discuss flexible work and paid family leave options with my employer.
      • At work, I pledge to help ensure our board, senior team, speakers and panelists are 50% women.
    • society
      • I pledge to register and vote in all elections, from local to national.
      • I pledge to educate myself and three others about the status of the Equal Rights Amendment.
      • I pledge to support the campaigns of women and underrepresented candidates.
      • I pledge to support women-owned, Gender-Fair, and B-corps-certified companies.
      • I pledge to push my town or city to adopt the Gender Equity Toolkit for cities.
    • personal
      • I pledge to take an unconscious bias test to evaluate my thoughts and actions.
      • I pledge to respect and use people’s gender pronouns.
      • I pledge to speak up when my peers say something that’s demeaning to others, even if they’re “just kidding”.
      • I pledge to educate myself about an issue that doesn’t directly impact my life.
      • I pledge to acknowledge a woman’s character strengths and accomplishments instead of her physical appearance.
    • media
      • I pledge to follow ten new people who are different than me on social media.
      • I pledge to watch at least one film per month by or about women and other underrepresented voices.
      • I pledge to read two books by women and other underrepresented voices by the end of the year.
      • I pledge to comment when roles of women and underrepresented people are lacking or based on stereotypes.
      • I pledge to learn about the Safe Sport Act and share that knowledge with others.
    • home
      • I pledge to discuss and balance the division of labor and domestic work in my household.
      • I pledge to volunteer 10 hours for an organization that supports a cause that doesn’t directly impact my life.
      • I pledge to discuss and balance caretaking responsibilities for youth and elders in my family.
      • I pledge to make sure my partner and I feel we have the same career opportunities and support.
      • I pledge to discuss what consent means with my partner and children.
  • individual (17 & under)
    • school
      • I pledge to speak up when my peers say something that’s demeaning to others, even if they’re “just kidding”.
      • I pledge to include kids who are different than me when I play or hang out during school breaks.
      • I pledge to learn about two classmates who come from different backgrounds than me.
    • society
      • I pledge to educate myself about an issue that doesn’t directly impact my life.
      • I pledge to educate myself and three others about the status of the Equal Rights Amendment.
    • personal
      • I pledge to respect and use people’s gender pronouns.
      • I pledge to acknowledge a woman’s character strengths and accomplishments instead of her physical appearance.
    • media
      • I pledge to follow five new people who have different beliefs than me me on social media.
      • I pledge to watch at least one film per month by or about women and other underrepresented voices.
      • I pledge to read two books by women and other underrepresented voices by the end of the year.
      • I pledge to comment when roles of women and underrepresented people are lacking or based on stereotypes.
    • home
      • I pledge to talk about the division of labor between the adults in my life, including caretaking, with my family.
      • I pledge to examine the way gender norms are impacting my family.
  • parent
    • work
      • At work, I pledge to echo the voices of women and underrepresented people.
      • At work, I pledge to nurture relationships with potential mentors/mentees.
      • At work, I pledge to research my value and ask for a raise or position that fits my skills and abilities.
      • At work, I pledge to discuss flexible work and paid family leave options with my employer.
      • At work, I pledge to help ensure our board, senior team, speakers and panelists are 50% women.
    • society
      • I pledge to register and vote in all elections, from local to national.
      • I pledge to educate myself and three others about the status of the Equal Rights Amendment.
      • I pledge to support the campaigns of women and underrepresented candidates.
      • I pledge to support in women-owned, Gender-Fair, and B-corps-certified companies.
      • I pledge to push my town or city to adopt the Gender Equity Toolkit for cities.
    • personal
      • I pledge to take an unconscious bias test to evaluate my thoughts and actions.
      • I pledge to respect and use people’s gender pronouns.
      • I pledge to speak up when my peers say something that’s demeaning to others, even if they’re “just kidding”.
      • I pledge to educate myself about an issue that doesn’t directly impact my life.
      • I pledge to acknowledge a woman’s character strengths and accomplishments instead of her physical appearance.
    • media
      • I pledge to follow ten new people who are different than me on social media.
      • I pledge to watch at least one film per month by or about women and other underrepresented voices.
      • I pledge to read two books by women and other underrepresented voices by the end of the year.
      • I pledge to comment when roles of women and underrepresented people are lacking or based on stereotypes.
      • I pledge to learn about the Safe Sport Act and share that knowledge with others.
    • home
      • As a parent, I pledge to ensure the division of labor, including caretaking, is balanced in my family.
      • As a parent, I pledge that the next book or movie I purchase will be about a family different than ours.
      • As a parent, I pledge to address the way gender norms are impacting our household.
      • As a parent, I pledge to make sure my partner and I feel we have the same career opportunities and support.
      • As a parent, I pledge to discuss what consent means with my partner and children.

CHOOSE YOUR COUNTRY

  • united states
  • afghanistan
  • albania
  • algeria
  • angola
  • argentina
  • armenia
  • australia
  • austria
  • azerbaijan
  • bahamas
  • bangladesh
  • belarus
  • belgium
  • belize
  • benin
  • bhutan
  • bolivia
  • botswana
  • boznia and herzegovina
  • brazil
  • brunei darussalam
  • bulgaria
  • burkina faso
  • burundi
  • cambodia
  • cameroon
  • canada
  • central african republic
  • chad
  • chile
  • china
  • colombia
  • costa rica
  • côte d'Ivoire
  • croatia
  • cuba
  • cyprus
  • czech republic
  • democratic republic of congo
  • denmark
  • djibouti
  • dominican republic
  • ecuador
  • egypt
  • el salvador
  • equatorial guinea
  • eritrea
  • estonia
  • ethiopia
  • falkland islands
  • fiji
  • finland
  • france
  • french guiana
  • french southern and antarctic lands
  • gabon
  • gambia
  • georgia
  • germany
  • ghana
  • greece
  • greenland
  • guatemala
  • guinea
  • guinea-bissau
  • guyana
  • haiti
  • honduras
  • hungary
  • iceland
  • india
  • indonesia
  • iran
  • iraq
  • ireland
  • israel
  • italy
  • jamaica
  • japan
  • jordan
  • kazakhstan
  • kenya
  • kosovo
  • kuwait
  • kyrgyzstan
  • lao people's democratic republic
  • latvia
  • lebanon
  • lesotho
  • liberia
  • libya
  • lithuania
  • luxembourg
  • macedonia
  • madagascar
  • malawi
  • malaysia
  • mali
  • mauritania
  • moldova
  • mongolia
  • montenegro
  • morocco
  • mozambique
  • mexico
  • myanmar
  • namibia
  • nepal
  • netherlands
  • new caledonia
  • new zealand
  • nicaragua
  • niger
  • nigeria
  • north korea
  • norway
  • oman
  • pakistan
  • palestinian territories
  • panama
  • papa new guinea
  • paraguay
  • peru
  • philippines
  • poland
  • portugal
  • puerto rico
  • qatar
  • republic of congo
  • romania
  • russia
  • rwanda
  • saudi arabia
  • senegal
  • serbia
  • sierra leone
  • singapore
  • slovakia
  • slovenia
  • soloman islands
  • somalia
  • south africa
  • south korea
  • south sudan
  • spain
  • sri lanka
  • sudan
  • suriname
  • svalbard and jan mayen
  • swaziland
  • sweden
  • switzerland
  • syria
  • tajikistan
  • taiwan
  • tanzania
  • thailand
  • timor-leste
  • togo
  • trinidad and tobago
  • tunisia
  • turkey
  • turkmenistan
  • uganda
  • ukraine
  • united arab emirates
  • united kingdom
  • uruguay
  • uzbekistan
  • vanuatu
  • venezuela
  • vietnam
  • western sahara
  • yemen
  • zambia
  • zimbabwe

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