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  • Batgirl fights for equal pay for equal work

    40 years ago, Batgirl fought for equal pay for equal work, a fight that persists today. While the wage gap has closed slightly, women still earn 78 percent of what men earn, on average. And for women of color the gap is even wider. (Originally published by the Department of Labor, April 8, 2015)

Batgirl fights for equal pay for equal work

40 years ago, Batgirl fought for equal pay for equal work, a fight that persists today. While the wage gap has closed slightly, women still earn 78 percent of what men earn, on average. And for women of color the gap is even wider. (Originally published by the Department of Labor, April 8, 2015)
Courtesy of the United States Department of Labor