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#DoubleBooked: 12 Tips for CLIPS (Career Loving Involved Parents)

Posted March 2nd, 2014 by

This piece, written by Rachel and her husband, Mark Davies, originally appeared at The Huffington Post on February 11, 2014. It also appeared as part of the Religious Action Center’s blog series “Double Booked: A Conversation about Working Families in the 21st Century” on Februrary 14, 2014.  Double Booked deals with the many issues that affect working families, and features [...]

Rabbi Andrea Berlin for #DoubleBooked: Internal Conflict

Posted February 28th, 2014 by

This blog originally appeared on February 24, 2014 as part of the Religious Action Center’s blog series “Double Booked: A Conversation about Working Families in the 21st Century.” Double Booked deals with the many issues that affect working families, and features everything from personal stories to policy analysis. Visit the Double Booked portal to read more posts and subscribe for [...]

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Isaac Luria for #DoubleBooked: Building Human-friendly Workplaces that Value the Human Spirit

Posted February 26th, 2014 by

This blog originally appeared on February 25, 2014 as part of the Religious Action Center’s blog series “Double Booked: A Conversation about Working Families in the 21st Century.” Double Booked deals with the many issues that affect working families, and features everything from personal stories to policy analysis. Visit the Double Booked portal to read more posts and subscribe [...]

Rep. DeLauro for #DoubleBooked: It’s Time for Paid Leave

Posted February 20th, 2014 by

Rep. Rosa DeLauro represents the Third District of Connecticut and serves as Senior Democrat on the Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Subcommittee. She has been cancer-free for 28 years.   In 1986, I received news that no woman wants to hear: I had ovarian cancer. Fortunately, my doctors had discovered it by chance [...]

#DoubleBooked: Reflections On My Working Father

Posted February 19th, 2014 by

I can still smell the steak that my dad grilled one night during my teenage years. He was a little bit obsessed with making this one lemon rice dish, but overall it was the perfect complement to any main dish- not so flavorful as to compete, but more exciting than plain rice. Nothing tasted better than his [...]

Interfaith Call-in Day to Prevent Gun Violence

Posted April 9th, 2013 by

Over the past few months we have come together in the faith community many times to stop gun violence. We made a difference: our congregants made more than 10,000 calls to the Senate on February 4th in our Faiths Calling campaign. Since the Senate debate and vote on a gun violence prevention package is imminent, we are working [...]

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