It takes the typical black woman all the way till August to earn what a white male worker got paid last year.
Black women, suffering from both the gender and racial wealth gap, are using their voting power to fight back.
America has a history of looking to black women to save Americans from themselves — while not recognizing or respecting their efforts.
Black women are underrepresented in the leadership posts of America’s unions. Petee Talley, the No. 2 figure at the AFL-CIO Ohio, is looking to change that.
On Black Women’s Pay Equity Day, experts weigh in on stemming the tide of income inequality for African-American women.
A new report detailing a survey of black women provides important insights that could help improve conditions for all workers. But will the labor movement listen?