This fact sheet shows that Black women face a substantial gap in earnings compared to White men in each state. Progress has slowed markedly during the last 20 years compared to a longer time horizon. Based on trends during the last two decades, it will take over 200 years—until 2227—for Black women’s pay to equal White men’s for full-time year-round workers, and until 2362 to reach pay equity for all with earnings. These shocking projections point to the low job quality and poor advancement prospects faced by many Black women, who are more likely to be in the labor market and, when they are, less likely to work part-time than other women.