Equal Pay Day for ALL Women should be on December 31, 2022 but it’s not.
The next Equal Pay Day is Tuesday, March 14, 2023. This date symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year.
Here are a few stats that chill my bones:
Equal Pay Day for Women in 2022: March 14, 2023
Equal Pay Day for AANHPI (Asian American / Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander) Women in 2022: April 5, 2023
Equal Pay Day for Black Women in 2022: July 27, 2023
Mom’s Equal Pay Day in 2022: August 15, 2023
Latina Equal Pay Day in 2022: October 5, 2023
Native Women’s Equal Pay Day in 2022: November 30, 2023
For black women, an Equal Pay Day of July 27, 2023 means they had to work four more months than the overall women workers (and seven months into the “new” year) before earning as much as their white male counterparts made in 2019.
The easiest way to increase the power of our country is to increase the power of 50% of its people… the women.
See how things have changed since 2020 here.
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