Until the government takes on child care as a public good, there are fortunately employer-funded models that seem to be working.
“When there’s no name for a problem, you can’t see a problem. When you can’t see a problem, you can’t solve it.”
Ask just about any parent — regardless of where in the U.S. they live, socioeconomic status or race — and they’re likely to have strong opinions and a story to tell of juggling priorities, cutting costs and employing creative strategies …
Is it any wonder so many women decide not to go back to work? It’s simply not worth the bother to work when that much of a household’s income is going to daycare.
Companies, hire women.
“Women and girls are less likely to get an education, more likely to be impoverished, and face greater risk of disease and poor health.”
Privilege can be uncomfortable to explain or learn about, but this cartoon addresses it in a cute and creative way.
When violence strikes the LGBT community, the victims often look like those who died in the Orlando tragedy.
More than 70 black women have died at the hands of the police in the past three years. Professor and activist Crenshaw, who coined the term ‘intersectionality’ in the 1980s, is determined they will be remembered.
“Despite the fact that we live in a country burdened by poverty and social immobility, we also live in a country riddled with false narratives about what poverty looks like and doesn’t look like, or what kind of poverty is …