by Robin Reed, Online Outreach Manager,
National Women's Law Center
We've been blogging a lot today, and in such a flurry of activity it's easy to miss a post or two. So below is a complete list of the posts by NWLCers in honor of Equal Pay Day 2010.
And don't forget to check out the full list of posts made today throughout the blogosphere on fair pay for women -- it's quite a collection!
- Now is the Time for Fair Pay, by Marcia Greenberger, NWLC Co-President, on Huffington Post
- $10,622 Could Close the Health Care Affordability Gap, by Brigette Courtot, NWLC Policy Analyst
- Equal Pay Day: A Serious Reminder of How Much Needs to Be Done to End Pay Discrimination, by Dina Lassow, NWLC Senior Counsel, on ACSBlog
- Fair Pay, Financial Independence, and the Perils of HGTV, by Robin Reed, NWLC Online Outreach Manager
- Getting Paid Less for Women’s Work, by Micole Allekotte, NWLC Health Fellow
- Make a Difference, by Jennifer White, NWLC Intern
- Paycheck Unfairness Should Not Hold Women Back from Higher Education, by Nicole Marschean, NWLC Intern
- Public Radio and Fair Pay: The Power of Perception, by Lauren Robbins, NWLC Intern
- The $10,000 Question, by Lisa Pearlstein, NWLC Intern
- The Wage Gap = Over $10,000 Lost for Women and Their Families, by Fatima Goss Graves, NWLC Vice President for Education and Employment
- What Could Women Do With $10,662 Per Year? Save for Retirement... by Amy Matsui, NWLC Senior Counsel