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Right now, Congress is working on the economic reconciliation package, which should include critical child care and Pre-K investments needed to solve the ongoing child care crisis and lower costs for families, BUT reports suggest that lawmakers are considering abandoning child care and pursuing legislation without it!
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S. Nadia Hussain
June is flying by – and so many of us are juggling so much all at the same time as we try to keep our families healthy and happy. We appreciate you. We appreciate all you do, including taking the time out of your busy schedules to take these actions to keep Congress focused on the most important priorities. Thank you again for all you do! -- Sue Anne, Kristin, Monifa, Nate, Elyssa, Felicia, Nina, Nadia, Gina, Tina, and the rest of the MomsRising.org & MamásConPoder Team It is time to...
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Sue Anne Reed
MomsRising Beacon Rachel and her children.
"The pandemic was a catalyst for me to get more actively involved in advocating for policies that support women and children. I want things to be better for myself and my kids, but also for every family." - Rachel, a Beacon Community Hub Leader in North Carolina
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Kerri Karvetski
I’m so freaking mad today. Our family and families across the state with kids under the age of 5 are so close - SO CLOSE - to having vaccines for our kids. But thanks to Governor DeSantis, Florida families are going to have to wait even longer. Florida is the only state that did not meet the deadline to order the new, COVID-19 vaccines for children under the age of 5 to be shipped when approved, which is expected in days. You read that right. The ONLY state.
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Jeannina Perez
On the radio show this week, we cover Roe v. Wade, Liberate Abortion, and the fight for bodily autonomy; why working to protect our democracy is still very, very important; how we can get to equality in both unpaid and paid work — and a new Fair Play documentary film that’s coming out now; and we close the show hearing about the latest with the infant formula crisis and how you can lend a hand.
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No matter our race, place, or politics, most of us want similar things: to make a good living, to care for our families, and to have the best chance possible to be healthy. The bottom line is that families need care — health care, child care, and policies that support families to care for each other and thrive. Having access to quality, affordable health care is key to managing the health and financial well-being of our families, but millions of families are facing a crisis if Congress doesn’t...
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Felicia Burnett
Summer Fridays! June 17th to September 2nd, 2022
MomsRising has moved to a 4-day work week for the summer from June. 17th - Sept. 2nd, 2022. In order for our whole team to fully utilize "Summer Fridays", we are shutting down on Fridays and will only be available and responding to messages Monday-Thursday.
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ShaRanda Stephens
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads, papas, pop-pops, g-pops. My little one calls me dada, I wear the badge proudly. This is Father’s Day #2 for your boy and I cannot express how excited I am. I’m in disbelief that I have a 1 year old already. Time has passed so quickly.
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Isaiah Gaymon