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
Panelists:
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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