Title#TheReal10
BriefWhen the U.S. Treasury announced that a woman would be featured on the $10 bill, they asked citizens to participate in the design via social media. The AAUW used the opportunity to draw attention to the fact that women earn 78% of a man’s wage – a figure that drops to 64% among African American women and 54% among Latinas. Users logged on to TheReal10.org to create their own $10 bill to share on social media and raise awareness about the wage gap issue. In the following months, the conversation changed and President Obama signed equal pay actions into law.
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Campaign #TheReal10
Advertiser AAUW
Brand AAUW

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