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Upper Valley New Hampshire Fellowship
MomsRising New Hampshire is excited to officially share that we are bringing our fellowship program to the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont this fall! Our fellowship program will bring together 8-10 caregivers and child care providers from the area who are interested in developing their...
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On the radio show this week we cover what’s going on with our democracy and how we can effectively fight to protect it; the latest with and how to make sure you keep your healthcare coverage; the ways we can move forward in creating a fair tax system; and Breastfeeding Month and...
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BOOM! Yesterday was proof positive that your voice, our voices together, and our votes, make a BIG difference over time! We were at the White House bringing member stories, petition signatures, and priorities forward as we also celebrated — along with many colleagues — the one year anniversary of...
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As a MomsRising volunteer for many years, I've advocated for making early learning available to every kid in our country, and for funding HeadStart to do this important work. You, too, can get involved in this important advocacy, by clicking here to sign a petition to fully fund HeadStart. Unfortunately, I’ve also seen in my own community this year that without good policy, appropriate avenues for feedback, and culturally competent staff, HeadStart programs can struggle to provide effective early learning services for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) families. But I've also learned that as a white mom, I have the power to do something about it.
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It’s been so hot lately, but today we’re heated for an entirely different reason. Today is Moms’ Equal Pay Day, marking the fact that moms – across race and ethnicity – must work until August 15th of 2023 to earn what dads made in 2022 alone. Of course, averages alone don’t tell the whole story because, due to structural racism, moms of color face much larger wage gaps when compared separately. It’s beyond frustrating that this year we celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act becoming law, yet we STILL don’t have pay equity.
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On the radio show this week we cover what’s happening with paid leave for all after a new baby arrives or serious health crisis strikes; how childcare support is moving in the states and in the nation’s capital; hear about two new film projects – Ladies First: The Story of Women in Hip Hop, and...
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Right now, there is a quiet healthcare emergency happening. Nearly four million people have lost their Medicaid coverage, a third of whom are children! [1] Over the years, countless moms like Erin from Florida, have shared how critical Medicaid is for their families:
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Three simple bills that help protect immigrant parents and children! Let’s help pass them into law! Have you ever thought what would happen to our country, our communities, and our families without the incredible support, relationships, and friendships immigrant parents and children enrich our...
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National Breastfeeding Month
This National Breastfeeding Month we are celebrating!!! This year's theme is - This is Our Why. Our why - Supporting public policies that support pregnant and lactating families. And this year pregnant and pumping workers have new rights in the workplace. This is HUGE!! Gone are the days of...
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On the radio show this week we dive in with the hosts of the Feminist Buzzkill podcast about all things Barbie and more; hear why one dad, who happens to be a US Representative, started a terrific Dad Caucus in Congress; learn the latest with the writers and actors strike and hear how you can...
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