Womens Rights Walk in Hudson Saturday, Tawni Kind to attend
The community is invited to join the Join The Walk for Women's Rights to be held this Saturday, April 28, at 10 a.m. beginning at Hudson Park 'n Ride at I94 and Carmichael Road. Tawni Kind, wife of Congressman Ron Kind, will be joining the walk, defending women's rights and pursuit of equality.
Unite Women strongly supports diversity and welcomes men and women of all ages without regard to their race, color, creed, political affiliation, disability, religious or spiritual beliefs, sexual orientation, education or income level, marital status, employment status or immigrant status.
Everyone is invited to join, plan, and rally as we unite to demand that every person be granted equal opportunities, equal rights, and equal representation.
What Does the Wage Gap Mean to Women Each Year?
2,532 Gallons of Gas,
14 Months of Rent, or
Food for 1.8 Years
New data released for Equal Pay Day tomorrow reveal the significant costs of Wisconsin's gender-based wage gap. Women in Wisconsin are paid just 78 cents for every dollar paid to men, amounting to a yearly gap in wages of $10,033.
African American women and Latinas in Wisconsin fare worse, being paid $15,596 and $19,721 less than all men in the state, respectively. With more than 231,700 Wisconsin households headed by women, the new data show that these gaps harm both families and the state economy.
The analysis was conducted by the National Partnership for Women & Families.