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$1,400 won’t cut it. We need fair pay.


By Noreen Farrell, Executive Director

This Equal Pay Day, be one of the 367 million people on social media urging our leaders to finally make fair pay a reality by supporting one fair wage and the Paycheck Fairness Act.

That is why we lead Equal Pay Days with partner organizations throughout the year, demonstrating how far into this year women of different races must work to catch up with the average earnings last year of white men. Join us in raising awareness on AAPI Women’s Equal Pay Day next Tuesday March 9. Then, participate in our Week of Action leading up to Equal Pay Day (for all women), from March 17–24, and be one of the 367 million people on social media urging our leaders to finally make fair pay a reality by supporting one fair wage and the Paycheck Fairness Act. Enough is enough.

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