American women trail behind men in earnings by 23 percent. Closing that gap helps everybody win. Because when women have more money, they have access to higher education, the chance to pursue a fulfilling career, and the ability to care for children and family. Men in dual-income households benefit from the extra pay and benefits; and of course young boys and girls both get a leg up when their parents earn enough to meet their needs. Help make this film a reality and you’ll be helping all Americans get a raise.
The Equal Pay Act was passed in 1963 — almost 50 years ago. Let’s not wait another 50 to actually make it a reality.
Your tax-deductible contributions help with:
- Executing each stage of film production, editing, and packaging
- Dedicated outreach to women’s organizations, K-12 schools, and colleges
- Creating lessons on negotiating skills and gender sensitivity for adults and children
- Discounted screenings for low-income communities
About the Director
Kate Bryant has worked extensively in both film production and advertising — most recently wordsmithing for brands like Martha Stewart, Hewlett Packard, GQ Magazine, and Samsung. Her film work includes GAP commercials, Discovery Channel programs, and feature films.
In 2010 Kate launched her first entrepreneurial project designing bike bags. She created a product targeted towards the urban commuter that could be used on and off a bike. Fair labor practices lay at the heart of that endeavor; the bags are made in the Manhattan Garment District allowing for full transparency of production methods.
Having studied film and media studies in college, Kate is excited about making her directorial debut. Those who’ve known her over the years can attest for her passion for social justice issues from a very young age. Now she needs your help to complete this very important film. Every donation offers a reward too.
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