Friday, August 23, 2019

Black Women's Equal Pay Day Commemoration Project

August 22, 2019 is Black Women's Equal Pay Day. Aside from working the entire previous calendar year, August 22, 2019 represents how far into 2019 a black woman must work to make what a white non-Hispanic male made in 2018 year alone. Gender and race equality and equity are critical in organizations that want to perform at the highest level. However, currently, black women have to work 233 more days than white men to earn the same amount of money. We can do something about it. Join us on August 22nd, 2019 for the launch of the Black Women Women's Equal Pay Day Commemoration Project—a prescreening of Invisible Warriors: African American Women in World War II in Chicago, Lansing, Michigan, New Jersey and St. Louis and tune into the first episode of a podcast series with a mission to dispose of the pay gap for black women.

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