The intersectionality of identities influences Pay Equity. Harvard Business Review’s Negotiating as a Woman of Color article offers insight on how to approach challenges in the work places. Below are resources for the following groups:

Asian American Pacific Islander Women's Equal Pay Day
Asian American and Pacific Islander women are paid 75 cents for every dollar. However, Asian American and Pacific Islander women are multidimensional with stark differences among the subgroups. Peruse the Asian American Pacific Islander Women’s Wage Gap to read about pay gaps by subgroups and learn about the work of National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF).
African American and Black women work nine months in the year to earn the same pay
as their male coworkers. That dollar amount equals to 58 cents for every dollar. Read
more in AAUW’s Black Women and Pay Gap Report and the Black Women and Wage Gap.
LeanIn’s State of Black Women in Corporate America gives insight about the promotional
and advancement opportunities for African American and Black women and suggestions
for what companies can do to support them.
Native American Women are paid 50 cents for every dollar paid to white men. Their pay is dependent on the tribe they belong to. The Native Women’s Equal Pay Report outlines the differences.
Hispanic and Latina women are most affected by the pay gap.  They work the same
hours for half the pay at 49 cents for every dollar. Read more about Hispanic and
Latina women in the Latinas Pay Gap Report.