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

Doctor and patient interact

Blog // From the desk of ... Dawn Godbolt

Minority Health Month 2018: Tackling Persistent Health Disparities

To call attention to the persistent health disparities women of color face all year, we analyzed U.S. Census Bureau health insurance data for a five-part fact sheet series. More

Our Mission & History

We believe that actions speak louder than words, and for four decades we have fought for every major policy advance that has helped women and families. More

Highlights

Senator Kamala Harris at National Partnership's 2017 Gala Dinner March for Black Wonmen (thumb) Women's March on Washington (thumbnail) A Day Without a Woman Thumbnail image for Bad Med highlights Ness and Lichtman stand by President Obama’s side as he takes executive action for fair pay Debra Ness on Tell a Friend - Get Covered Paid Leave on the Horizon (thumb) Expecting Better 2016 thumbnail Pathway to a Healthy Birth Michelle Obama honored at the 2011 Annual Luncheon

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