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Tue, Mar 31


Women of Toledo's Zoom

Virtual- 'UnHappy' Power Hour Series III

We care about our well-being as individuals and community. We are capable of delivering even it filled with many uncertainties. Joint WOT virtual power hour series so you can continue educating, engaging and empowering yourself to continue to thrive and keep moving forward.

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Virtual- 'UnHappy' Power Hour Series III
Virtual- 'UnHappy' Power Hour Series III

Time & Location

Mar 31, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Women of Toledo's Zoom


About the event


For a time such as this, for many, is filled with uncertainty. Our hearts and thoughts go out to each and every one of you. However, with every difficulty comes ease. With every adversity comes opportunity. Hence, let's continue to lean in with our organization for support, connect with other women, build new skills and resources, while creating a network circle to share ideas, offer support or seek advice during this difficulty time.   

We invite you to join our virtual power hour series and continue to find opportunity to be empowered.    

Topic for this session, will be on Advocacy.   

Nina Corder on Equal Pay & Negotiation   On March 31 2020 is part of a nationwide campaign to mark “Equal Pay Day,” the symbolic day up to which the average woman must work in a particular year to catch up with what her male counterpart earned the previous year. On average, women in the U.S. are paid 20% less than men. If you break it down by race and ethnicity, the gap is even worse. Black women are paid 39% less and Latinas are paid 47% less than white men . - AAUW  

Cimran Naik, Young Women of Toledo and President of Toledo Chapter- Period. Inc.  A sophomore at Notre Dame Academy, and the President of Period Toledo. A chapter of the national organization that is working to fight for menstrual equality, end period poverty and make products accessible to all through education, advocacy and service. She hopes to help all menstruators in Toledo, one pack at a time.   

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