I’m Working Toward Graduation And A Career. Not A Pay Gap.

Most children of color can sense they have to adapt to the world before the world adapts to them. My reality was no different.

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6 Olympians Who’ve Fought For Equal Pay

What a time to be alive, right? It was just over a century ago that people were decrying the prospect of the first-ever female Olympians. And it was, literally, just a week [...]

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What Black Women Know

  Seems like there’s a Congressional Caucus to discuss just about everything. Did you know that there’s already a bourbon caucus, a cement caucus, a hockey caucus and [...]

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I Talked With Hillary Clinton, Megan Rapinoe & Other Trailblazers About Equal Pay. This Time, It Was Different.

Everyday, women are forced to make tough choices that impact how they and their families get by, but here’s one they never make: women do not choose to be paid less than men. [...]

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[WATCH] Crash Course on America’s Equal Pay Problem

Equal Pay Day is today. That's right -- on average, a woman would have to work until April 12, 2016 to make what a man made in 2015 alone. Think that's fair? Yeah, we don't [...]

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Asian American Equal Pay Day: There’s More To This Story

Today is Asian American Equal Pay Day. That means an Asian American woman would have to work until March 15, 2016, to make what her white male counterpart made in 2015. But [...]

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America’s Lack of Family-Forward Policies Hits Latinos Especially Hard

As Senior Policy Advisor to the Make it Work Campaign, I am always interested in new policy recommendations from partners and allies around the country. I found the newly [...]

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#OscarsSoWhite: No Big Surprise

In 2016, we’re still talking about #OscarsSoWhite because, of course we are. Change is slow, so what did we expect after last year’s similar criticism? Oh, that’s right, we [...]

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