"Black women, you deserve better."
"Companies are gonna try to pay you the least amount for as long as they can."
"We should all earn the same amount for the same work."
"We should think of this not as a women's problem, but as a care problem."
The actress speaks out against the gender wage gap in Silicon Valley.
Sandra Bland's family has filed a wrongful death suit, but the Department of Justice should conduct an independent investigation into Bland's death and an independent prosecutor should handle the case
It is terrifying to consider that it takes the body of a black woman hanging dead in a jail cell -- over a traffic violation no less -- to finally get national attention on the issue of racist, police brutality against us.
Women are not asking for more than we are worth but we do not want to be paid less than a man who is doing the same job that we are. We want fairness, nothing more, nothing less.
On the eve of the 150th anniversary of Juneteenth, the day commemorated for having the last enslaved Blacks freed in America, it's time we seriously address the vitriolic legacies of white supremacy.
Nicki Minaj is a woman who knows what she wants and gets it, in bed and in the workplace. "She says she's a pleaser. I'm
This Mother's Day feels different. Ominous somehow and heavy with sorrow. It seems wrong to celebrate when so many mothers are in pain. Whether weeping over the unarmed, and largely ignored, corpses of their daughters slain by police.
The gender pay gap impacts women across all socioeconomic and racial groups throughout a majority of professional fields
It's 2015, and on average, women still make 78 cents to a man's dollar. A new report goes beyond that oft-quoted statistic
Patricia Arquette's brief segue on gender wage equality during her acceptance speech at the 2015 Oscars brought into the forefront of international conversation a battle that women have been fighting for decades.
You know it's always fascinating to watch the beginning of the next really big thing. Well, that's what it was like at the Watermark Conference today when Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State, took the stage.
From President Obama's calls for equal pay to the House Democrats' Women Succeed agenda to the nonpartisan National Women's Law Center to now Oscar night itself, this issue is gaining traction.