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Today is Day. That means Native women had to work nearly 10 extra months to earn what their white male counterparts made LAST YEAR. Native women make just 58 cents for every dollar made by a white man. : We for Native women.

"The next time a woman -- especially a woman of color, because she stands to make 52 cents on the dollar compared to her white male counterpart -- tells you what she needs to do her job, listen to her. Believe her." -Michelle Williams (📽 via @hollywoodreporter)

Very excited to announce our partnership with @Society6! Visit the link in our bio to check out 12 beautiful pieces of artwork. A portion of all proceeds will help us fight for our mission of safe, fair and dignified work for all. This art is by @aljahorvat! We'll be sharing the other 11 designs over the next couple weeks.

WATCH: @mirasorvino’s full remarks at yesterday’s bill signing for a key point of the . The legislation extends New York’s statute of limitations for 2nd & 3rd degree rape, expanding access to justice for countless survivors throughout the state. “I and we are here to say to survivors: You are not to blame. You are not worthless. You are not less than. You are not dirty or damaged goods. You are not without recourse or support or credibility. You are not without hope. And perhaps most importantly you are NOT alone. We are here for you.”

WATCH: @realmichellehurd’s full remarks at yesterday’s bill signing for a key point of the . The legislation extends New York’s statute of limitations for 2nd & 3rd degree rape, expanding access to justice for countless survivors throughout the state. “Today was made possible because we turned pain into action and passed a law that will take us one step further to a future where not one more person will ever have to say again.”

From our beginnings, has worked to push for systematic changes that will protect survivors of sexual violence & harassment. We’re so proud to see this critical point of the become law & ensure that countless NY survivors can get the justice they deserve.

TODAY: Joined by members of the community, @NYGovCuomo just signed a critical part of the into law, extending NY’s statute of limitations for rape in the 2nd & 3rd degree. This is a historic step forward for survivors’ rights in New York, expanding access to justice for countless survivors throughout the state. Sending gratitude to @realmichellehurd, @MiraSorvino and @juliannemoore for speaking today. And sending gratitude to the many activists, attorneys, artists and business leaders in the community -- your advocacy throughout the journey made this win possible for millions of New Yorkers.

Feeling fired up and inspired after today’s convening on pay equity -- when we come together, we are powerful. (And special thanks to @LunaBar for helping to make this event possible!)

Remembering Cokie Roberts (1943-2019), a pioneering journalist and one of the ‘Founding Mothers’ of NPR. In a 2017 interview, Cokie Roberts said she felt lucky to have had a decades-long career: "It is such a privilege — you have a front seat to history." Today we’re honoring all the history that Roberts made, and the path she paved for countless women in journalism. (📷: Brendan Hoffman, Getty Images)

Happy ! (🎨 by @_germangonzalez for @latinovoices.) From Ellen Ochoa, the first Latinx astronaut in space, to Ivy Queen, the “First Lady of Reggaeton,” we love these illustrations of Latinx history makers who have shaped the world as we know it. Check our Instagram stories for the link to the full piece. In order: Sylvia Rivera, Ivy Queen, Ellen Ochoa, Lizzie Velasquez, Berta Cáceres, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Even after 3 hours of Thursday's , the 2019 primary debate moderators have asked: 0 questions on sexual harassment policy, 0 questions on childcare, and 0 questions on paid family & medical leave. These issues impact millions of Americans. We deserve to hear candidates address them.

To tonight's moderators: Ask our presidential candidates a long overdue question about sexual harassment at work. Read more from our Chief Policy Officer Jen Klein and @GretchenCarlson through the link in our stories. cc: @gstephanopoulos @davidmuirabc @linseytdavis @jorgeramosnews

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