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Discover how financial inequality causes 767 million people to live on less than $1.90 a day.
Poverty is a global epidemic that routinely restricts the people’s access to food, education, healthcare and other imperatives. Our goal is to diminish the economic barriers that cause this disparity. In America alone, the top 10% now earns more than 9x as much as the bottom 90% Impoverished children are almost 2x as likely to die before the age of five as those from wealthier families 767 million people live below the international poverty line of $1.90 a day
Find out why social inequality means women earn almost 25% less than their male counterparts.
For too long, women have faced disproportionate discrimination in the workplace and society as a whole. Our mission is to reduce the societal influences that allow this to exist. Today, women with full-time jobs still earn almost 25% less than their male counterparts Only 4.8 percent of the CEO positions at S&P 500 companies are held by women 62 million girls worldwide are denied access to education, and millions more are fighting to maintain theirs
See how cultural inequality makes 26% people in the U.S. think that immigrants are a burden.
Immigrants are often seen as a threat, and face discrimination that restricts their access to work, education and more. Our aim is to dispel this myth by highlighting the positive impact of immigration. Even though immigrants pay billions more into Medicare than they take out, people believe the opposite 26% people in the U.S. say that immigrants are a burden because they take jobs, housing and healthcare Roughly 60% of Americans think immigrants face significant discrimination
Inspiring Greater Compassion
The Statue of Equality is more than a monument. It’s a symbol. A movement. A rallying cry. For people all over the world to come together in pursuit of a fairer, more compassionate place to live.