Equal Pay Week of Action, March 17-24

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82 cents: that’s how much the average woman earns for every dollar earned by a white, non-Hispanic man. This year, we’re raising awareness around this pay gap with our theme March Madness: The Pay Gap is Madness. 

Follow along on our social media channels for a week-long tournament and week of action from March 17-24 as Equal Pay players take on one rival at a time! Each day will feature an exclusive match-up between equal pay and an equal pay barrier, culminating in the final match-up on Equal Pay Day, March 24th.

Throughout the week, we invite you to participate in our “water cooler chats” on the @EqualPay2DayOrg Twitter page by commenting on the daily prompt. Share with your followers by retweeting and encourage them to comment as well! 

We’ll end the week with a Twitterstorm on Wednesday, March 24th from 11:00am-12:00pm PT/2:00pm-3:00pm ET. Join the conversation on social media as we raise awareness about solutions to the pay gap and uplift women at work, at home, and in society.

See you from March 17-24!

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