MILWAUKEE — About 40% of all working women in the United States are earning less than $15 an hour. That increases to 50% when it comes to women of color. In Wisconsin, 58% of working women of color earn less than $15 per hour. That's according to a new analysis of U.S. Census data done by Oxfam — an anti-poverty organization.
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