U.S. women’s satisfaction with their treatment in society is at a record low, but men aren’t on the same page

A new Gallup poll found that U.S. women remain unsatisfied with their treatment in society, and the disparity is greater among women of color.

Women holding a sign that reads #me too survivor’s march
Participants march against sexual assault and harassment during the #MeToo March 2017 in Los Angeles. At center is Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement. Damian Dovarganes / Associated Press
Women holding a sign that reads #me too survivor’s march
Participants march against sexual assault and harassment during the #MeToo March 2017 in Los Angeles. At center is Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement. Damian Dovarganes / Associated Press

U.S. women’s satisfaction with their treatment in society is at a record low, but men aren’t on the same page

A new Gallup poll found that U.S. women remain unsatisfied with their treatment in society, and the disparity is greater among women of color.

From the workplace to the college campus, women’s satisfaction with their treatment in society is at a record low, with disparities between women and men, and white women and women of color. Reset talks to two local equity leaders and takes calls from listeners.

GUESTS: Grace Pai, executive director at Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Sharmili Majmudar, executive vice president of policy and organizational impact at Women Employed