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AAUW Sep 20
This Monday, Sept. 23, is Day, the day that the wages of American Indian and Alaska Native women catch up to the money white men were paid in 2018. Learn more:
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Billie Jean King 5h
It takes 21 months for Native Women to earn what white men were paid in 12. This must end.
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Carrie Gracie Sep 22
I see John Humphrys keen to interrogate me on . Bring it on! Name place + time. Also , gender pay gaps in media not closing fast. Doing enough on air? My book a manual for men who want to get on right side of history. You’re welcome.
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Carrie Gracie 2m
when will this end? Woman paid much less than 15, yes 15, men in equivalent work. Forced to fight for she finally wins ££, but loses everything else: ‘The BBC destroyed my career, my confidence, my mental wellbeing.’
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UN Women Sep 19
To make for work of equal value a reality for all, we need world leaders to take action. It's high time.
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Katherine Clark 8h
"The next time a woman — and especially a woman of color, because she stands to make 52 cents on the dollar compared to her white male counterpart — tells you what she needs in order to do her job, listen to her. Believe her." - Michelle Williams 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
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Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley 2h
Native American women would have to work an additional 9 MONTHS to make the same amount of $ as their white male counterparts. On this Day I stand with my sisters in service & in demanding for all.
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Carolyn B. Maloney 18h
What a wonderful speech for - for ALL women - from Michelle Williams. "When you put value into a person, it empowers that person to get in touch with their own inherent value - and they put it into their work."
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Jenny Bencardino MD 11h
Condensed summary of my journey in the last 5 years: 2014 Promoted to Full Professor 2015 Promotion does not come with salary raise 2016 Annual review Me: I suspect that my pay is not the same pay of a male colleague at the same rank and effort. 🤔 Admin: … 1/
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Amazon PR Sep 20
CEO of says that girls should be taught at school how to ask for a pay rise 👏
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Fierce Vixen Sep 20
I learned this week that when I boldly advocate for myself, remain persistent and casually mention legal action, favorable outcomes result 😀. Always stand up for yourself.
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Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon 1h
I stand with on ! Every worker deserves -- the Senate must pass the Paycheck Fairness Act!
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Brut America 3h
Michelle Williams used her Emmys acceptance speech to advocate for — and it's not the first time she's spoken out about closing the gender pay gap.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal 2h
I stand with on Day demanding for my sisters working to support their families. Only with equity solutions including an end to systemic violence, poverty & healthcare disparities, & justice for can we begin to close this gap.
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Zima Zima Sep 21
What's funny is guys are like it would take 500k for them to suck dick and girls are out here sucking dick for free
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Jenné Blackburn 16h
“Next time a woman, tells you what she needs in order to do her job, listen to her. Believe her, because one day she might stand in front of you and say ‘thank you’ for allowing her to succeed because of her workplace environment, not in spite of it” 💪💪🏼💪🏽💪🏾💪🏿
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#HelloMyNameIsCat Sep 21
Thank you so much for your continued support of the nursing profession in Guernsey
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GOOD AMERICAN 2h
We stan. We believe. We agree. Thank you and congratulations
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Michael S. Sinha MD, JD, MPH 5h
This is an example of why should (and must) share salary data and negotiation strategies with . If we are upstanders and not bystanders, we can help move the profession closer to and , one colleague at a time.
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weruche inspires international 5h
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