On Black Women's Equal Pay Day, 'Lean In' teamed up with ESSENCE to discuss the racial wealth gap and how it can be narrowed. Black women own $0.08 for every dollar white men earn. What do you ...
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 ...
00:33 CHICAGO (CBS) --Wednesday is Black Women's Equal Pay Day. It marks how far into the year African American women must work to earn the same amount as white men did the year before.
And it only gets worse from there. On average, Black women in the U.S. are paid 42% less than white men and 21% less than white women. It’s time we talk about this growing chasm and take steps ...
I was five. Black Women’s Equal Pay Day symbolizes “how far into the year [Black] women must work to be paid what white men were paid the previous year,” per The American Association of ...
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.
Mittelbach came to the harsh realisation that Brazil’s right-wing policies ... disproportionately white men. The law doesn’t make any special provisions for Black women, and Eugenio thinks ...
For the second quarter of 2022, Black women’s weekly median full-time wages were $840, compared to $956 for white women, and $1,161 for white men. Regarding median annual earnings for full-time ...
"Yesterday’s ruling in Arizona is dangerous and will set Arizona women back more than a century – to a time before Arizona was even a state," Jean-Pierre said in a statement. The decision ...
how software infuses racism into U.S. health care Black people are more likely to be consigned to the lower-value group. Far more Black people are uninsured or rely on Medicaid than white people ...
It would take Black women nine extra months and then some to close the pay gap with white men. That is why Sept. 21, the ninth month of the year, is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day. Several ...
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 ...