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It’s summer time! The kids are out of school, and everyone’s frantically scrambling to find child care (fingers crossed), summer camps (thoughts & prayers, y’all), or just winging it (sending big hugs). Before all the summer madness, we took a deep dive into a topic that’s absolutely vital for all of us: child care. Luckily, for this episode of Tea & Policy with MomsRising, we were joined by the ever brilliant Julie Kashen, Director for Women’s Economic Justice (and true champion for...
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Lauren Hipp
By Jodi Grant and Delaney Ruston The calls to protect our kids from the harms caused by social media are intensifying. The Surgeon General issued an unprecedented call to put warning labels on social media platforms. Los Angeles’s Unified school District, the second largest school district in the country, announced a ban on cell phones in schools , to begin next January. California Gov. Newsom and Virginia Gov. Youngkin are proposing the same in their states. New York just became the first...
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Jodi Grant
When my firstborn was two years old, I discovered a lovely little child care center that was about a 10 minute walk from my home. It was perfect: it had the hours that worked for us, it had Spanish-speaking educators, and fed my child home-cooked meals. It also had an outdoor space in the back! (If you live in NYC, you know how precious that can be!) At the time, I was working in Manhattan, so I would have to drop my kid off and start my 50 minute commute. Mrs. Charles, the director, would...
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Diana Limongi
The RISERS program will help participants learn how our federal government works, how they can advocate for their communities for family-friendly policies, and have access to opportunities to put those skills into practice to create change. They learn how to share their stories, talk to lawmakers, mobilize their fellow parents, and become leaders in their own communities.
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Diana Limongi
SPREAD THE WORD! Immigrants are giving their all to build and contribute to this country! Baseless attacks against immigrants are ramping up and it’s up to us to push back! Certain politicians and their greedy lobbyists hurt everyone by handing kickbacks to the rich, defunding our schools, and threatening families with cuts to healthcare and other programs that give us the tools to thrive. Then they turn around and point the finger for our hard times at new immigrants. It’s up to us to correct...
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Sue Anne Reed
Summer is here and our kiddos are out of school and while it may be all fun and games for them, parents are often stuck scrambling to find child care options before the summer season even begins. While kids may be happy about it – summer often sends parents into a spiral that starts way before the summer season begins. For many parents and caregivers, it means having to figure out what we are going to do while summer is out for ten to twelve weeks in the year…and if you’re a parent that has...
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Diana Limongi
5 Fabulous LGBTQ+ Books in Spanish!
The following is a pile of books that came recommended, won awards, or are books I've heard about for years, all written for Spanish speakers and about the LGBTQ experience. In Las Aventuras de China Iron, author Gabriela Cabezon Camara rewrites Martín Fierro from a feminist, LGBTQ, and postcolonial perspective. China Iron travels across Argentina by covered wagon, learning about the cultures, languages, and environment along the way.
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Desirée Peterson
While Pride month continues to bloom, I’m inspired and motivated by the many incredible Granite Staters who are working to build a better and more inclusive New Hampshire. I was so excited when I met Bethany Murabito (she/her) in the halls of the state house this spring when we instantly connected over our fierce love for the LGBTQIA+ community and our cat eyeliner sharp enough to… well, if you know you know!
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MacKenzie Nicholson
We are excited to share some incredible updates in this edition of MOMentum.
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Kerri Karvetski