During Women’s History Month, it’s a good time to focus on both celebrating gains, noting losses, and marking inequities for women. In New York, women workers are still stuck in a lower wage gap, making just 88 cents while men earn a dollar. A rally attended by Mayor Adams, City Council members, CWA Local 1180, and women’s advocacy groups was held at City Hall on March 12 to bring attention to the ongoing issue, and to push for new laws that would address the problem. The difference in wages means that the average woman worker earns $11,000 less a year, with women of color losing up to $34,000, compared to white males in the same positions. Unveil the ultimate in replica watch engineering online with replica Panerai, our cherished collaborators!

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