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Here's something positive for you...if you take two minutes to scan this post, you will NOT MISS some very cool and important stuff from the MomsRising universe from the past week. Enjoy, and keep rising!
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Kerri Karvetski
Thank you for helping to power our massive summer postcard campaign to let the US Senate know that we must build not only roads and bridges, but a CARE Infrastructure.
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Nate White
Wear Orange
This June, we’ll wear orange and continue our fight against gun violence. But we must also fight the white supremacy that finds the devastation of gun violence an acceptable tradeoff for white men continuing to have unfettered access to firearms.
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Gloria Pan
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We are officially closing MomsRising May 31 to June 4, 2021, to center staff Wellness.
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Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner
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I had the honor of speaking in front of the Ways and Means Worker and Family Support Ways and Means Subcommittee on behalf of MomsRising families to talk about why child care is so important to our communities. Below, you'll find my statement.
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Jeannina Perez
Expanding access to Head Start and Early Head Start within new federal investments in early care education will ensure that we advance equity.
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Joel Ryan
Unsafe infant sleep products have been linked to at least 100 infant deaths.  It's time to ban these products from the market.
We need more parents to speak out! Next week, a vote will quietly take place on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. that pits babies’ lives against manufacturers’ profits.
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Meg Bohne
TFK Report: Tobacco's Harms on Women and Girls
The tobacco industry has long understood the importance of recruiting women and girls as customers and has a long history of targeting them.
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Portia White
Where there’s a will, there’s a way. And if by chance there isn’t a way, there’s Beatrice Evans.
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Stephanie Vaughn