Viewfinder: San Francisco City Workers Demand Equal Pay For Women
Workers march during a rally outside of the City and County of San Francisco Human Resources office on March 7th, 2019, in San Francisco, California.
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The Equal Pay Gap Isn't Equal Across Ethnic Lines
On average, black men and women make roughly the same, in stark contrast with the large pay gap between white men and women. This isn't because of a commitment to gender equality in the black community; it's because of the lack of economic opportunity.