Justice for Migrant Women's Latina Pay Gap Data Now Includes Part-Time Workers

The nonprofit marks Latina Equal Pay Day with new report and social campaign

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Across many industries, including marketing and advertising, the gender pay gap remains a looming issue—especially for Latina women. In response, Justice for Migrant Women, a nonprofit dedicated to advancing migrant women’s rights through advocacy, marks every Dec. 8 as Latina Equal Pay Day.

As a way to advocate and spread awareness, Justice for Migrant Women launched the “Viva La Mujer Que Lucha” (“Long Live the Woman Who Fights”) social campaign based on data from a report called “Changemakers: Latinas Working to Close the Pay Gap.”

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