By Linda Meric
A year ago, dozens of women’s and civil rights activists gathered at the White House to watch President Barack Obama sign his first piece of legislation into law: the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act.
The signing was a triumphant moment – especially with its namesake, Lilly Ledbetter, standing with us. The bill restored the ability of workers to seek redress for ongoing pay discrimination and its importance to ending inequity cannot be overstated.
But another year has passed, and pay discrimination persists.
Listen to Camille Bright-Smith's tribute to Lilly Ledbetter!
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