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Fair Pay: A Group Workshop on the Different Sides of the Issue
Lilly worked for Goodyear for nearly 20 years. Towards the end of her time at the company she realized that she was being paid significantly less ($3,727) per month that male counterparts doing the same job ($4,286 - $5,236). In 1998, Lilly sued claiming this was discriminatory. The Supreme Court ruled against her. How does the Court view pay discrimination? What would the economic consequences have been of allowing her suit? Would she get the same result today? In this workshop different small groups will learn each side of the arguments around this case. As a whole we will have a moderated discussion about the Constitution, civil rights, and other related issues. Come for an engaging, participatory event.

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