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John Little Sep 27
: In honor of Day who is a Native woman that has inspired you through her work?
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NIWRC Sep 27
Violence against Native American women has economic impacts They have the highest rates of stalking among women & experienced the largest decline in wages in 10 years w/ their earnings falling more than 3x as much as women’s overall.
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Tim Walz Sep 27
Today is day. With Native women currently making 57 cents on the dollar, this wage gap stands in the way of economic stability for women and families to get ahead. We must work toward solutions that pay equal wages for equal work.
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Ruth H. Hopkins Sep 27
Today is day. I wrote about it for Huffpost: “The Wage Gap is Even Worse for Native Women”
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Shailene Woodley Sep 27
Sep 27 is Day. It represents the fact that, on avg, Native women are paid just 57% of what white men are paid. We're all phenomenal women & deserve equal pay. Get this tee & support the Native Voices Rising Fund.
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Seayoung Yim 임시영 Sep 13
41% of Native American women college students are moms. We need to improve access at colleges too so that women can earn their degrees and attain for their families & communities
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Peggy Flanagan (Untamed) Sep 27
Today is the day that Native women's pay catches up to a white man's salary. Native women have to work almost 22 months to earn as much as a white man does in 12. We must continue to fight for so that our daughters know their worth.
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Ruth H. Hopkins Sep 26
Checkout my latest piece for Huffington Post: The Wage Gap is Even Worse for Native Women — by
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Christine McCleave Sep 27
Native Women earn approximately 57 cents on the dollar of White, non-Hispanic men (based on 2016 data). September 27 is the day Native women must work into the new year to make what White men made at the end of last year.
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Joi Chaney Oct 15
Wish Day enjoyed as much attention as 2day's sideshow. Friends & foes alike, make 57c on the $1 of White men; 4/5 experience violence; they have the highest poverty rate; & 1/3 lack healthcare. Get serious & learn more @
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COLOR Sep 27
Imagine if your paycheck was cut. That’s a loss in wages for groceries, rent and childcare. helps women AND families.
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Feminist Asian Dad Sep 27
Hope y'all didn't miss this today
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CultureStrike Sep 27
Today is Native Women’s Equal Pay Day. In our work to , we must support equity for Indigenous women in all the ways they contribute to our communities and advance justice.
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NWLC Sep 27
Over a 40-year career, the typical Native woman loses a staggering $920,000 to the wage gap. To catch up to her white, non-Hispanic male contemporaries, she will have to work until she’s 89 to make what they made by age 60.
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NWLC Sep 27
Today marks how far into the year Native women need to work to catch up to their white, non-Hispanic male coworkers.
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Emerge America Sep 27
A Native woman makes $0.57 for every $1 earned by a white man. For Day, let's commit to electing more Democratic women, because more women in government will bring us one step closer to ending the
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EMILY's List Sep 27
Today is Day. Native women make just 57 cents to every $1 made by white men, meaning they have to work until today to make what white men did last year. Our endorsed candidates will fight for equal pay for ALL women.
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The Harry Potter Alliance Sep 27
Native women have always been at the forefront of the movement for environmental justice. Support Indigenous women - call for .
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MomsRising Sep 27
Colonization suppressed indigenous food practices. "Not only does this create a drain on the community's economy, it also reduces its ability to be self-reliant and creates soaring rates of diabetes, which plagues the reservation's residents."
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CAPWomen Sep 27
Native women experience crisis levels of harassment & violence contributing to the , which can lead to: ✔️Frequent job changes & career stagnation ✔️Lost promotions & raises ✔️Depression & trauma affecting performance
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