People en Español: Women Make 83 Cents on the $1: Everything You Need to Know About Equal Pay Day 2022

March 15. 2022


ERA and Equal Pay Today are featured in a People en Español article for Equal Pay Day:

According to Equal Rights Advocates, a nonprofit gender advocacy organization that co-founded the Equal Pay Today! campaign in 2013, for every $1 made by a Caucasian man:

  • Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women make 75 cents on the $1. Their Equal Pay Day is May 3.
  • African American women earn 58 cents on the $1. Their Equal Pay Day is Sept. 21
  • Native American women make 50 cents on the $1. Their Equal Pay Day is Dec. 1.
  • Latinas earn 49 cents on the $1. Their Equal Pay Day is Dec. 8.

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