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Native American Women’s Equal Pay Day

Native American Women’s Equal Pay Day is the day that Native American women must work until before they earn the equivalent of what men were paid the previous year.

Native American women earn approximately 51 cents per dollar paid to non-Hispanic white men (based on 2021 Census earnings data for full-time year-round workers as well as part-time workers).

For Native women working full time, year round they earn only 57 cents compared to every dollar earned by their white male counterparts. Raise awareness with us on Nov. 30.

Equal pay days were started by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE) in 1996. Their goal was to raise awareness about the gender wage gap.

For more information, see the Equal Pay Day:
  Native American Women webpage
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
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