Kim Gallon is associate professor of Africana Studies at Brown University and director of the Black Press Research Collective. She is the author of "Pleasure in the News: African American ...
Sep 21, 2022, 9:59am EDT Updated: Sep 22, 2022, 8:07am EDT Thomas Barwick Today is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, marked each year to highlight the inequity they face over salaries. Nine months an ...
The 5-year survival rate for white women is 92%. For Black women, it’s 81%. There are many reasons for this disparity. Several are rooted in systemic racism, which affects income, insurance ...
September 21 is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, the day the average Black woman in America will finally—after nine extra months of work—catch up to the pay the average white man received in 2021.
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Black Women’s Equal Pay Day arrived on Aug. 3 in 2021. It marked the date in a successive year a Black woman would have to work to earn the annual equivalent made by a non-Hispanic white man ...
What does Black Women's Equal Pay Day mean? What does Black Women's Equal Pay Day mean? 00:33 CHICAGO (CBS) --Wednesday is Black Women's Equal Pay Day. It marks how far into the year African ...
The country on Wednesday recognized Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, an annual occasion that is not a celebration but a call for reform, according to advocates. Black women must work nine extra ...
Sept. 21 marks Black Women's Equal Pay Day, the date that Black women have to work to in 2022 to earn what their male, white, non-Hispanic counterparts earned in 2021. Last year, the day fell on ...
It's Black Women's Equal Pay Day on Sept. 21 and new data shows the pay gap for Black women is widening. Minda Harts is a bestselling author and knows firsthand why the day is so significant.
Black Women’s Equal Pay Day is Sept. 21 this year. Last year it arrived on Aug. 3. That’s more than a month later. That means that to date, Black women now make 58 cents to every dollar white ...