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I'm writing this journal blog very early(when Thursday has just begun) so that I won't have to rush in the morning to write it to have four entries. Yesterday was Stetson's Diversity Day Townhall Meeting, celebrating and exploring diversity issues. The event that I attended was the presentation on the wage gap between men and women. A lot of interesting things learned at this meetings, and also great participation from those who attended. Women even today earn only 77 cents to every man's dollar. And if that gap were to cease, women would be paid 1.2 million dollars more in the next year. It's a problem however that still doesn't get a lot of coverage,even though it is against the law according to the Equal Pay Act of 1963. I mentioned that I believe companies have found loopholes and ways to actually afford not directly violating the law. It's very similar to when African Americans were not able to vote even after the Reconstruction Amendments and after the Civil War. African Americans actually were always able to vote way before the Civil Rights era, but measures such as poll taxes and literacy tax put in place a critera that most blacks could not live up to due to things such as inadequate education and severe lack of income. I would imagine these same measures have problem been put into place to set it up so that women still get paid less than men. Even though women can have just as much of an education as males, numerous times companies right off the bat may get more requests for payraises for more male workers
Doing good, how was your weekend?
What's good Jennifer?
:D im 19 years old and you????
Oh okay, that's cool. I'm from Baltimore, MD. How old are you?
Where are you from?
You look good.