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14 Ways Women Still Aren't Equal to Men. The feminist movement has made gigantic strides over the years—but nearly a century since women were given the right to vote, the sad fact of the matter is: We've still got lots of work to do. Here, the shocking ways women aren't yet equal to men in America. 1. Women pay more for common household items than men do. Shampoo, deodorant—even a 10-pack of socks—are among the many products that cost more for women, according to an analysis we published earlier this year. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 2. Although the pay gap is narrowing, women in the U.S. working full- and part-time make 84% of what their male counterparts earn, according to the Pew Research Center. 3. Black women have to work 19 months to make what white men did in a year, according to the National Women's Law Center. 4.

Although women make up nearly 51% of the U.S. population, only 20% of the U.S. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 7 Things To Know If You Think Women Are Equal To Men | The Huffington Post. White House reacts to Women. 10 Things The Women's March On Washington Accomplished | The Huffington Post. This past weekend, my family — consisting of myself, my wife, my 18 year-old son, and my 14 year-old daughter — drove from Indiana to Washington, D.C. and joined a half million people for the Women’s March. It’s been estimated that over 3 million people participated in 500 sister marches around the world. L.A. had between a half million and three-quarters of a million.

New York had almost a half million. My own home city of Chicago had a quarter million. The turnout was historic and unexpected. All in all, one in every 100 Americans participated. During the rally, I was interviewed by an Associated Press reporter who asked me why I was there. So what did all of this accomplish? 1. 2. Documentary maker, Michael Moore, gave perhaps the most practical speech of the day, urging people to call Congress every day, to make it a part of our routine. “The phone number is (202) 225-3121. 3. “If we do not stand together, march together, for the next four years, then we will lose together. 4. 5.

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