Join us as we highlight Black Women’s Equal Pay Day on July 31, 2017
You may recall that April 4, 2017, was National Women’s Equal Pay Day. This day represents the extra labor time required to close the wage gap experienced by women to that of their white male counterparts – 78 cents to every $1, respectively. For African American women the income gap is even wider, 60 cents to the dollar representing an additional approximately six month of extra work to reach wage parity. We invite you or your organization to partner with us as we highlight and support Black Women’s Equal Pay Day on July 31, 2017.
As a Supporting Partner, your organization’s logo will be added on our official Black Women’s Equal Pay Day national newsletter and digital content providing exposure to our national network of business, corporate, government and community leaders.
There is no financial commitment to be a partner, just a commitment to spread the word and advance the conversation in your community. To learn more and join our efforts, please complete this form
Additional Ways to Support:
- Spread the Word Using Our Equal Pay Day Graphics: Assist us and spread the word via social media you maintain.
- Share our Featured Equal PayDay Article with Your Networks: Share our forthcoming Equal PayDay article in your newsletter and with your networks
- Host a Discussion in Your Community: Download our report on black women’s entrepreneurship and host a discussion on racial and gender pay and capital equity in your community.