Equality by the Numbers

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Gender Equality Requires Racial Equality

The earning disparity between BIPOC women, white women, and men is egregious and clearly paints a picture of the systemic inequalities in our workplace.  How can we make a change? Start by electing diversity into positions of power. Join the movement. Share how you will #RaiseUptheVote on Instagram.

Source: Catalyst.org

Equal pay pays off for women and the world

Women create massive amounts of economic value, so why are they underpaid? Compared to men, women earn less and women of color even less. It’s time we use our voice and vote to promote equal pay for all women. Share how you will #RaiseUptheVote on Instagram.

Source: McKinley Global Institute

McKinley Global Institute Your dollar makes a difference.

Shop women- and minority-owned. Women create massive amounts of economic value, so why are they underpaid? Compared to men, women earn less and women of color even less. It’s time we use our voice and vote to promote equal pay for all women. Share how you will #RaiseUptheVote on Instagram.

Source: American Express 

Equity doesn’t stop at 20.4%. Keep fighting for representation across the board.

Women’s boardroom representation in top American companies is on the rise. But we still have a long way to go. Keep up the momentum by using your vote to demand equity for women in politics, in the boardroom, and across the country. Share how you will #RaiseUptheVote on Instagram.

Source: 2020 Women on Boards Gender Diversity Index

  1. True equity cannot exist until women achieve economic equality.
    While women-owned businesses are on the rise, they still only earn a fraction of the nation’s business revenue. This election, use your voice and vote to amplify women leaders and demand economic equity. Share how you will #RaiseUptheVote on Instagram.
  2. Source: Score.org

Economic equity starts with economic investment.

Venture capital, angel investors, and other early funding opportunities are skewed more than 2:1 toward male-founded companies. By empowering more women business and political leaders, we can shift the status quo and normalize women’s economic excellence. Share how you will #RaiseUptheVote on Instagram.

Source: Harvard Buisness ReviewGender

Issues facing women are universal.

A majority of women not only agree on the importance of the election, but share common concerns for equitable changes. Use your voice and vote to #RaiseUptheVote on Instagram.

Source: YWomenVote StudyTrue

There is progress, but we’re still far from equity in the Senate.

The Senate is comprised of 75 men and 25 women.  Clearly we are far from equitable representation, but we are at a historic high.
On November 3rd, use your voice and vote to continue the momentum and reach new historic highs. Share how you will #RaiseUptheVote on Instagram.

Source: Pew Research Center