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Linda Silas Apr 4
Shout out goes to women who are on the front lines of You light of been undervalued before but not today đź‘Źđź‘Źđź‘Ź
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Elizabeth Warren Mar 31
This crisis is disproportionately impacting the low-paid women who are working on the front lines. That's why it's not enough to just help them survive this crisis—we need to rebuild our economy so that it works for women and their families.
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Ellen DeGeneres Mar 31
Today is . Can you imagine how you would feel if any of these facts applied to you?
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Ilhan Omar Mar 31
Women make up almost half the workforce — yet had to work until today to earn what men did in all of 2019. In a time when women working on the front lines are risking their lives only to be underpaid, we must push harder than ever for equal pay for equal work.
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Chuck Schumer Mar 31
Today is . It marks how long into 2020 women would have to work to earn the same as men earned in 2019. And as women work hard to fight this coronavirus crisis across our country, it’s just as important as ever that we say: Women deserve equal pay for equal work.
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Ron Wyden Mar 31
Reminder that women, especially women of color, who are working around the clock to keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy right now are making less than their male colleagues. It’s past time for equal pay.
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Canadian Labour Apr 4
Equal Pay Day: Recognizing the Value of Women’s Work :
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NYS Department of Labor Mar 31
Today women still make only $.81 to the dollar earned by men. What is that $.19? It’s working the same hours, but only getting paid until October. It’s clocking in from 9 to 5, but only getting paid until 3:30. It’s losing 6 years of pay during a 30-year career.
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Chelsea Handler Mar 31
Today is . The average US woman makes 82 cents for every $1 men make. But it’s 11% lower for Asian women, 22% lower for white women, 39% lower for black women, and 44% lower for Latina women. There is no excuse for this. Even if you work at Fox news.
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Koren Beaman Apr 4
I wear red today for equal pay day .
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Pamela Uppal Apr 4
What is showing us: Women in industries are the most critical workers in our economy yet are valued the least and thus paid the worst. In a post-covid19 world I imagine value and pay for workers is NOT sex and gender based.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Mar 31
Women across the country are risking their lives on the front lines of this pandemic—serving as doctors, nurses, first responders, essential workers. We owe it to them to ensure that they're paid equally.
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Equal Pay Coalition Apr 4
We call on all individuals and organizations to support migrant workers. -Access to HealthCare for all! -Access to paid sick days! -Health and safety regulations -The end to deportations.
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Rise Up Feminist Digital Archive Apr 4
It's important to mark every year but especially this year as the COVID-19 crisis has shone a light on how jobs held by women are undervalued and underpaid!
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Unifor Apr 4
Today is . has highlighted the value frontline workers provide. Many of these sectors are dominated by women and by low-wage precarious jobs. Let's set a new normal and demand equal pay for work of equal value.
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Equality Fund Apr 6
Our recovery from the COVID-19 crisis—and our capacity to weather the storm and get healthy again—hinges on the well-being of women. "When we pull away our efforts to build gender equity, we only end up hurting ourselves."
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Andrea Horwath Apr 4
Today on , I want to acknowledge all the heroines on the frontlines of the fight — including nurses, doctors, PSWs, pharmacy and grocery store clerks. We need to compensate women fairly, and value their work fully.
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Tama Cross Apr 4
Thank you to all the women on the frontline. Midwives you are giving crucial care during this pandemic. Babies keep coming.
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Adam J. Bello Mar 31
Women are on the front lines of this crisis; providing healthcare, risking their health, putting their families’ at risk to serve their community in this time of need. Today is , & we must close the gender pay gap, it has never been more urgent.
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Lisa Kelly Apr 4
At the virtual rally. Wearing deep red to show the deep & lasting damage pay inequality does to women, esp. women of colour, Indigenous women, & differently-abled women.
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