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Latina Equal Pay Day fell on October 29th this year, marking how far into the next year Latinas have to work to earn the same pay as white, non-Hispanic men earned the year prior. This day highlights the obstacles that Latinas face in the workplace. As Lean In’s research shows, the impact of both the bias against women and the bias against Hispanic members of our society has a significant impact on the opportunities for this growing group to progress in society and the workplace. Data indicates that these biases are to blame for over half of the pay gap for Latinas.

Yesterday’s #LatinaEqualPayDay serves as an opportunity to focus our attention on this important issue. Here are a couple of resources we thought were particularly informative:

  • Many say that Latinas can be an important element of US economic rebound post-COVID. Here are three ways to start supporting Latinas with an eye on growing the US economy

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