National Partnership for Women & Families
2016 Equal Pay Day

New Analysis, Released for Equal Pay Day, Shows How Much the Gender Wage Gap Is Costing Women & Families in Each State

A woman employed full time, year-round in the United States is typically paid just 80 cents for every dollar paid to a man — a yearly pay difference of $10,086. The gender wage gap contributes greatly to our country's high rates of poverty and income inequality. More

Senior Woman With Doctor

Blog // From the desk of ... Katie Martin

Healing with HEAA

Supporting the Health Equity and Accountability Act (HEAA) should be a no-brainer. This bill would help eliminate racial and ethnic health and health care disparities. More

Highlights

Bad Medicine 2018 (thumbnail) FMLA25: Paid Leave Means (thumbnail) Senator Kamala Harris at National Partnership's 2017 Gala Dinner March for Black Wonmen (thumb) Women's March on Washington (thumbnail) Equal Pay Day (thumbnail) A Day Without a Woman Michelle Obama honored at the 2011 Annual Luncheon

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