That’s how much women in the US lose collectively each year to the wage gap. What would you do with your share of that $840 billion? I can think of a few things!
If your answer didn’t involve chocolate, here’s some math to consider: each year, the average woman would be able to afford 15 more months of child care or 78 more weeks of food for her family if the wage gap didn’t exist.
Women’s wages fuel our businesses, economy, and most importantly -- working families.
- April 10th, Equal Pay Day, from 5:30pm - 8:30pm at Hill City Tap House
- Take a "bite" out of the wage gap with free food from Emma's BBQ and ice cream from Molly Moon's. We'll also be taking over Hill City's weekly trivia, enjoying drinks wrapped in equal pay factoid sleeves, and have fun activities going for the kiddos.
SMALL BUSINESSES SUPPORTING EQUAL PAY DAY:
- Poor Richard's Restaurant // Rico’s Café and Wine Bar in Colorado Springs
- Potter’s House in Wasington, DC
- The Works Café in Amherst, MA
- Butter Bakery Cafe in Minneapolis, MN
- Peace Coffee in Minneapolis, MN
- Spice of Life Tea in St. Cloud, MN
- Duluth Coffee Company in Duluth, MN
- The Works Café in Keene, Concord, Durham, and Portsmouth, NH
- Sweet_ness 7 in Buffalo, NY
- The Game Chateau in Wilkes-Barre, PA
- Cornerstone Coffeehouse and Culinary Kitchen in Camp Hill, PA
- AAUW Lehigh University Chapter at Saxby’s in Bethlehem, PA
- 3 squares in Vergennes, VT
- Bolton Valley Resort in Bolton Valley, VT
- Red Hen Baking in Middlesex, VT
- The Works Café in Battleboro and Manchester, VT