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As the world celebrates Pride, Gap Inc. reinforces its commitment to being a voice for equality and inclusion around the world.

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Gap and Old Navy store windows are no stranger to color. But in June, the colors in the store windows beam with more Pride than usual.

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There are many ways to do more than sell clothes — and Gap Inc. has woven the values of providing opportunity, driving sustainable practices and supporting the local community through its business since the beginning.

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When Miss America is crowned in Atlantic City each year, the experience is replete with gasps, tears, and, well, pageantry. This year promises an added dose of equality.

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Miss Teen USA will be ditching her bikini for active gear.

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Women stand to make less money than men for doing the same job from the moment they cross the stage at college graduation, The Washington Post reports.

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Sewing clothes may also sow seeds of opportunity for women in Pakistan, according to findings from the World Bank.

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Amid Pride celebrations across the U.S. and almost exactly a year since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that bans on same-sex marriage were unconstitutional, President Barack Obama has declared Stonewall a national monument.

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It’s obvious when 21% of your outfit is missing. But what happens when 21% or more of your paycheck is missing?

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What do you do when your favorite pair of jeans has worn thin — far beyond the point you can pass them off as distressed and trendy?

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Heels are power. Heels are ambition. Heels lift women up to teetering heights — though, oftentimes, the comfort roadblocks can also hold us back. But times, they are a changin'.

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Would you go out in a snowstorm with 21 percent of your jacket missing? Or what about on a sailing trip without 21 percent of your boat?

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“It’s not an accomplishment,” says Gap Inc. CEO Art Peck of equality and inclusion in business. “It’s the way the world should work.”

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Real talk from Gloria Steinem on being equally — and properly — compensated for equal work.

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An MBA can do wonders for your resume and your salary. Yet, a study shows that it's still not enough to close the gender pay gap.

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From Hollywood to the soccer field to Washington, D.C., the gender pay gap is a hot topic — and a timely one.

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Dollar bills that women still fight to earn equally to men will feature one of their own.

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2059 is a looong time to wait for an equal paycheck.

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Living, working and thriving with equal protection under the law seems a given in 2016 — but some state legislatures and municipalities are considering legislation that aims to set back the clock on equality.

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For 10 years, Ledbetter has fought to close the gap between women’s and men’s wages. Hear from her in her own words.

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A seemingly unlikely collaboration between the Vice CEO and legendary women's-rights activist Gloria Steinem could mean reaching a new audience of feminists.

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There are Mondays. Then there is *the* Monday — specifically, the first Monday in May, as a recent documentary dubbed the ever-exclusive and always elegant Met Gala.

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Investing in women is more than just the right thing to do — it’s good for the bottom line.

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Gap Inc. leader named among several "women warriors" driving change and awareness of sustainable business practices.

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Would you spend 4.5 hours — more than half of a traditional U.S. business day — working without pay?