Conversations for Equal Pay Podcast

Listen to "#29, Native Women's Equal Pay Day: Be Unapologetic About Land, Language & Legacy" on Spreaker. On average Native women are paid just 60 cents in comparison to the dollar a non-hispanic white man makes. Native American women are a complex group, facing a myriad of barriers. To only address a singular issue does not tell the complete story.
On September 8th, we are joined by moderator, Julene Allen, CEO of Women of Color in the Workplace and
Hannah Cirelli, Assoc. Exec Directive of American Indigenous Business Leaders
Dee Koester, Exec Dir of WA State Native American Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
Prairie Rose Seminole, Political Consultant, Coach and Policy Analyst


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