Let’s Achieve Wage Equality For Women By 2020

It’s #NotThatComplicated

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ABOUT THE MOVEMENT

#NotThatComplicated is a collective movement committed to driving pay equity by the year 2020. The success of women is critical to national and international prosperity. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has indicated “women’s economic opportunity” as a factor in marketplace competitiveness. Recognizing that Chicago is a global economic center, we are engaging individuals and organizations in creating change that can model how pay equity can be achieved.

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“We’re approaching the centennial anniversary of women’s suffrage. If we can accomplish anything within 100 years, achieving equal pay for women is the imperative! I’m giving us until the year 2020 to make the gender wage gap conversation completely unnecessary because it’s #notthatcomplicated!”

Dorri McWhorter, CPA, Chief Executive Officer of YWCA Metropolitan Chicago

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ABOUT US

#NotThatComplicated was created by the YWCA Metropolitan Chicago as a response to the unfathomable reality that women still to this date do not receive equal pay. It is our belief that the best way to honor the women who constructed the women’s rights movement is to have achieved pay equity by 2020, one hundred years after the passing of the Women’s Suffrage Bill.

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IN THE NEWS. ON THE WEB. ON YOUR MIND.

The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in the United States (McKinsey & Company)
Illinois could gain $60 billion by narrowing gender gap, McKinsey report finds (Chicago Tribune)
A CEO’s guide to gender equality (McKinsey & Company)
#TheNew10 Submission (AAUW)
On Equal Pay Day, key facts about the gender pay gap (Pew Research Center)
Five Facts About the Gender Pay Gap (The White House)
Breaking the Taboo of Sharing Salary Info in Silicon Valley (The Washington Post)
Let’s Expose the Gender Pay Gap (The New York Times)
8 Latinas who support equal pay (Latina)
Amanda Seyfried once got paid 10% of her male co-star’s salary (Salon)
These Black Women Equal Pay Day Tweets Brilliantly Address Wage Inequality Along Axes of Race & Gender (Bustle)
The Future of Gender Wage Equality (The Daily Show with Jon Stewart)
State of Women – Illinois (Status of Women in the States)

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Check out our 2016 #EqualPayDayChi playlist.

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