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Black and Latina women helped propel gains for unions in 2023, finds a new study – NPR

What Will It Take for Workplaces to Work for Women? – Women Wear Daily

“It’s clear that care work is valuable labor, but we rarely treat it as such,” Jocelyn Frye, president of the National Partnership for Women & Families, said in a statement. “The additional unpaid caregiving that women perform, combined with longstanding gender-based pay disparities, mean that too many women are unable to achieve economic stability at a time when mothers are increasingly breadwinners, especially Black and Latina moms.”

Black and Latina women helped propel gains for unions in 2023, finds a new study – NPR

On Equal Pay Day, Senators Reed & Whitehouse Call For Passage Of Paycheck Fairness Act – The Newport Buzz

“According to statistics compiled by the National Partnership for Women & Families, across the U.S., women still earn, on average, just 77 cents for every dollar paid to men, resulting in a gap of $11,782 each year‚Äîand the disparity is worse for women of color. In Rhode Island, the average, annual gender wage gap is $10,754, according the National Partnership for Women & Families.”