Native Women’s Equal Pay Day fireside chat


Event will stream live on Facebook

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Native Women's Equal Pay Day fireside chat

 

Join us on Thursday Oct. 1, Native Women’s Equal Pay Day at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET) for a fireside chat about pay discrimination and occupational segregation against Indigenous and Native American women, its lasting effects on families and communities, and solutions we can all support. We’ll also discuss the effect of the pandemic on Native women and what is at stake for Native women in the coming election.

Stream live from Equal Pay Today’s Facebook page.

Speakers:

  • Senator Red Dawn Foster, Member of the South Dakota Senate for the 27th District
  • Jaime Gloshay, Co-Founder Native Women Lead
  • Stephanie Gutierrez, Owner of Hope Nation LLC
  • Savannah Romero, Manager of Partnerships & Programs at IllumiNative

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