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NCPE Statement of Principles

  1. True equality for the millions of women and minorities in the workforce will not be achieved until there is pay equity.
  2. Achievement of pay equity will benefit millions of households, particularly the growing number headed by women.
  3. The drive for implementation of pay equity must be seen as reversal of a historical pattern of devaluing work done by women and minorities.
  4. While it is crucial that all occupations be open to women and minorities, efforts must continue to find solutions to the problems of workers in female-and-minority-dominated occupations.
  5. Pay equity is an intrinsic part of the goal of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and of the Equal Rights Amendment.

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