Equal Pay Day Women's Power Hour

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National Women's Political Caucus of Washington (NWPC-WA) says
April 12 marks national Equal Pay Day in the United States. Equal Pay Day marks the average number of extras days into 2016 that women will need to work to earn as much as a white man.

While April 12 is the national celebration of Equal Pay Day for all women, wage discrimination hits women of color hardest. This will be the first of three Equal Pay Day Women's Power Hours facilitated by NWPC-WA. We will be recognizing Black Women's Equal Pay Day in August and Native and Latina Women's Equal Pay Days in October.

These Equal Pay Day socials are an opportunity to meet other NWPC-WA members, learn about our work, and talk about ways to close the wage gap for Washington women.

At our April 12 event, we will talk about two powerful campaigns underway to strengthen women's pay equity in Washington -- the Equal Pay Opportunity Act and the Raise Up Washington initiative!
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By: National Women's Political Caucus of Washington (NWPC-WA)

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