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This year, the back-to-school season is filled with emotions as we navigate rising numbers in COVID-19 cases, changing class schedules and the never-ending discussions around mask mandates. Check out these actions to help you navigate your way through this very different school year.
In our Care Economy Storybook 2021, MomsRising has captured powerful and moving stories from families across the nation about how hard it is to give care, and how our inadequate Care Infrastructure hurts families, businesses and our economy.
At MomsRising, we share stories to make change, to show lawmakers the real impacts of laws and policies. A push. And we share stories in solidarity with other women, moms and family members, so that we can feel less alone in our struggles. A release. The content that caught our eye this week features stories that push AND release. Scroll down and witness them, too.
Are you a small business owner? If so, ADD YOUR NAME to our letter in support of building a national CARE infrastructure that will help businesses safely rehire and rebuild!
Having grandparent care should be a meaningful choice - one that is done because it works for the whole family. NOT a forced last resort because of our broken child care system.
Tell governors you are outraged, and to stop playing politics with our kids’ health by banning local school officials from taking reasonable public health measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19!
FAQ for our postcard volunteers writing to #ProtectPregnantWorkers
Imagine the feeling when I received a message, six days after that first notice, that my child should’ve been quarantined because she, indeed, was in contact with the person that tested positive.
Add your name in support of the Biden Administration using its authority against governors who are blocking local school officials from preventing the spread of COVID-19 in their schools.