2020 Equal Pay Days
August 13, 2020 is Black Women's Equal Pay Day. That means black women have to work all of 2019 and until August 13 in 2020 to catch up with what white men earned in 2019 alone. Regardless of their occupation, level of education, or years of experience, women are still paid less than men.
On August 13, 2020, join the annual Black Women Women's Equal Pay Day Commemoration Project for a panel discussion featuring leading experts and tune into the first episode of the second season of the podcast, Conversations for Equal Pay.
During this event, you will learn more about the black women's pay gap, what different organizations are doing to tackle this issue, and the various steps you can take to make a difference.
Moderator: Jame Geathers, Founder of Women of Color in the Workplace ATL
1) Kim Keating, Chief People Officer, Conservation International and Board member of Lean In of the Sheryl Sandberg and Dave Goldberg Foundation
2) Christian Nunes, Vice President of National Organization for Women
3) Carla M. Kupe, Esq., Founder of The Impact Alliance NFP and Speak Truth Summit
4) Sandra Blakemore, Deputy Commissioner, Finance & Administration at City of Chicago
5) Angelica Ogando, CEO & Founder, The Enriched Mind LLC
Women of Color In the Workplace has partnered with several organizations to present a panel discussion that will raise awareness about the pay gap impacting black women in the United States.
Partners Include: Lean In, NOW, United State of Women, Ms. Foundation, Shriver Center on Poverty Law, The Latinista, Speak Truth, The Enriched Mind LLC, Synergetic HR Coaching and more TBA.
Lean In Michigan will provide 5 scholarships ($15 each) for individuals to attend this event who otherwise would not be able to afford to participate. Scholarships are available on a first come basis contact email@example.com for more information.