All Women Equal Pay Day
Live via Zoom

On average women make 80 cents in comparison to a non-Hispanic white male. The disparity is more considerable for women of color. For Latinas, it's 54 cents, for Native women, it's 58 cents, and for Black women, it's 62 cents. At 87 cents, Asian women have the slimmest pay gap but suffer from unique barriers that prevent them from executive decision-making positions.

On March 24th, All Women's Equal Pay Day, the WOCITW community is coming together to explore ways to alleviate the pay gap by hosting a discussion with a few of our leading companies at the center of the conversation.

Join us for another powerful event and don't forget to #bringyourboss!

Learn how you can advocate for yourself or get tips on being an ally at work.

March 2021
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Women of Color in the Workplace® Conversations for Equal Pay

Live via Google Meet

The average Asian American / Pacific Islander woman is paid $0.87 for every $1.00 paid white, non-Hispanic men, losing hundreds of thousands of dollars over a 40-year career.

But, that's only part of the #AAPIEqualPay story. For certain communities, the wage gap is far greater. Vietnamese women earn $0.67, Hmong women earn $0.61, and Burmese women earn only $0.52, making them some of the lowest paid people in the nation. Even within high earning fields, Asian women are paid less than their male counterparts. "Model-minority" rhetoric is racist, classist, divisive, and just plain wrong.
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Asian American Women Equal Pay Day is February 23rd, 2021. Join Women of Color in the Workplace for our round table discussion to create awareness about the pay gap impacting Asian American women.

Learn how you can advocate for yourself or get tips on being an ally at work.

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