Girls & Women
Which Oscar nominee can you get to #PledgeForParity at this Sunday's Academy Awards?
Because more influential men and women need to speak up about the gender pay gap.
This year’s Oscar nominees have proven their talent on the big screen.
But behind the scenes, these same women are often earning less money than men in similar roles.
Of course, this isn’t just a Hollywood problem.
Women are underpaid and underrepresented in most industries around the world. And if nothing changes, women and men won’t receive equal pay until 2133.
No one has time for that...
Several inspiring women in Hollywood have already used their visibility to spark public debates on this issue.
But in order to move from talk to purposeful action, more influential men and women need to use their voices for the millions of women who continue to go unheard.
1 billion people are expected to tune in to this year’s Academy Awards.
This is the perfect opportunity for more celebrities to spotlight the issue of gender parity: To champion women the world over who struggle to support themselves and their families.
Now, it’s time to use your voice.
Tweet at this year’s Oscar nominees and convince them to #PledgeForParity this Oscar Sunday!