Pride and a Paycheck is a FREE publication in journal/news format reaching out to tradeswomen, friends, organizations and supporters. It can be downloaded directly from this site and printed for distribution.  Most of the articles and poetry are written by tradeswomen themselves. In addition, community and government employment agencies, training programs, schools and apprenticeship programs and construction contractors can all benefit from subscriptions to Pride and a Paycheck. (See "Contact" page)Past issues are on "Back Issue" page. The website itself contains announcements, resources and contacts helpful to tradeswomen. Check out Organizations/Resources page .

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  Pride and a Paycheck has been publishing for nearly 20 years. First as a newsletter, mailed to subscribers such as tradeswomen, schools and training programs. Now as an E-Magazine. Always FREE. Within the pages of Pride and a Paycheck Magazine are the faces of women in the trades. Their words are work pieces. Their voices are fundamental tools serving the most useful purpose of telling the world what it’s like to be blue collar female workers. Their words are change agents working in the repair departments of human conditions. Pushing and nudging consciousness to higher levels of thought. Trashing the obsolete and dangerously backward ideas. Their bodies direct their words. Their actions shine a spot light on the future of women in the trades of any ethnicity and sexual preference. They are INSIDERS in their reportage. They tell it like it is….and they tell it like it should be. They recruit and support sisters from the INSIDE. Enjoy the magazine and support it with your donations. Please.
  (Sue Doro, Editor/Owner    tradesis@aol.com )

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