Less Than 100 pop-up shop
Less Than 100 is a traveling pop-up shop for gender wage parity. Each installment offers work from US-based women artists, makers, and entrepreneurs priced to reflect the wage gap in its respective location. The inaugural shop, 76<100, focused on the wage gap in Pennsylvania, where women earn 76% of what men earn. Employing a “pay what you’re paid” pricing structure to mirror this inequality, male shoppers were charged 100% of the retail price of items and women paid 76%. Shoppers received bags labeled with their gendered “worth” along with a free newspaper elaborating on the issue. A second iteration of the shop, 66<100, was held in New Orleans and co-organized with artists Tammy Mercure and Rebecca Diaz.
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Read a Q&A about the shop at Women in the World in association with the New York Times.
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