Do Men Play a Role in Securing Gender Equality for Women? {MARC Tweetchat}

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Men & Gender Equality for Women

Yesterday I participated in a tweetchat about male involvement in the gender equality movement.  I wasn’t aware of the chat in advance, but when I jumped online to respond to this week’s @MFamMag tweets, I stumbled into the convo and couldn’t help myself…it’s a great topic.

In the chat with MARC (Men Advocating Real Change) and Catalyst Inc., an organization that hopes to expand opportunities for women in business worldwide, we discussed how men can support women in business and advocate for equal pay and equal opportunities.

This is such an important conversation, because many males still feel that jumping into the women’s equality movement will put them at a disadvantage or make them look weak.  How can we counter this?  For men who do actively support change, we would love to hear from you!  Tweet your thoughts on the topic via the #MARC hashtag and be sure to include us (@MFamMag) in your tweets!

Check out some of the conversation below and please add your voice to the discussion.
There is still so much more to be said!

 

 

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Chantilly Patiño

Chantilly Patiño is the publisher of Multicultural Familia and Multicultural Bloggers, and serves as the Digital Media Director for ELLA Leadership Institute, an innovative professional development platform for Latinas in leadership.Chantilly is an activist for social change and writes avidly about feminism, racism and multicultural life on her blog, Bicultural Mom.
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