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Lyft Aug 7
At Lyft, we're driving to close the wage gap. This , we've partnered with to support the campaign. For every ride rounded up in August, a donation of 38 cents will be made to . Learn more:
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Thank you for asking. We do! You can view the video with captions on our site at 🙂
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Alicia Keys Aug 7
Everyone deserves an equal chance at success. Keep shining superwomen everywhere!!!
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Tiffany Dufu Aug 7
The average black woman had to work all of last year and this far into 2018 just to earn as much a white man did in 2017. I’m exhausted just tweeting about it.
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SurveyMonkey Aug 7
Americans say the pay gap for black women is real— just not at their company. See the findings from our study with and .
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Nat'l Urban League Aug 7
It's . Did you know? 🤔 💵 1 in 3 Americans is not aware of the between + white men. Learn more through our partnership w/ + 👇🏾.
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Ava DuVernay Aug 7
Black women are paid 38% less than white men. Hollywood included. I can attest. I support equal pay—because .
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adidas Aug 7
We believe that all women deserve to be paid fairly. On , we are teaming up with to help close the gender pay gap, because . Learn more and show your support:
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Lean In Aug 7
Only 16% of Americans think companies are doing enough to close the pay gap. Here are four things your company can do to support equal pay.
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P&G Aug 7
Today is . P&G is proud to support 's efforts to raise awareness. Fair pay practices and an equitable workplace are core company beliefs and essential to our long-term success. Learn more .
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Lean In Aug 7
Each woman’s extra annual earnings would pay for more than 3 years of groceries. Get the facts at
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SoFi Aug 7
Women deserve to be paid fairly. On , we’re teaming up with to help close the gender pay gap.
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Yvette D. Clarke Aug 7
The average Black woman makes 38% less than the average white man. If you were paid fairly, what would you do with 38% more?
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kerry washington Aug 7
LISTEN UP! Did you know that black women are paid 38% less than white men? 38 PERCENT. I support equal pay—because .
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shonda rhimes Aug 7
Black women are paid 38% less than white men. I support equal pay—because .
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Joyce Beatty Aug 7
BREAKING NEWS: We must all work to ensure equal pay! 💰 Today is Black Women's Equal Pay Day! On average, Black women are paid 38% less than white men.
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Serena Williams Aug 7
Black women are paid 38% less than white men!!! I support equal pay because .
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Tori Bowie Aug 7
Equal pay for Black women - today and every day.
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Lean In Aug 7
Even when you control for factors like education, experience, location, and occupation, the pay gap still exists. Get the facts at .
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Robin Roberts Aug 7
Thank you for asking me to join in...Today is . Learn more about the pay gap for black women at
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