Skip to main content
Tetris opener
Kerri Karvetski's picture

Here's what caught our eye this week in the MomsRising universe. Stay cool, and keep rising!

VIDEOS WANTED: Why are investments in our care infrastructure important to your family? 

Your voice is powerful, and can help convince elected leaders that Care Can't Wait and that families need care infrastructure investments - such as childcare, paid family and medical leave, living wages for care works and more - NOW. Learn how you can use our FREE, easy tool to record a short video and tell your story to help pass the Care Infrastructure we need. 


ACTION OF THE WEEK: Stop the roller coaster! Tell Congress to support a pathway to citizenship in the reconciliation package 

On July 16th, a federal judge out of Texas made one of the most devastating decisions on the DACA program that we have ever seen. No new applications will be approved. Congress has the opportunity to end this uncertainty for DACA recipients. Sign our letter now calling on Congress to quickly pass President Biden’s fair immigration plan.



Our celebration of National Breastfeeding Month continued on Instagram with a RealTalk conversation led by MomsRising Tina Sherman and breastfeeding experts plus this fact (HINT: let's change this) and this fact (let's change this, too), and on Twitter with this #FoodFri chat about breastfeeding/chestfeeding and food health.  


IN THE NEWS: FAST COMPANY: 4 ways companies can help solve the childcare crisis

"The way people piece together childcare is like a game of Tetris. Even if you appear to be winning, you eventually lose." - MomsRising National Director of Early Learning Nina Perez 


The views and opinions expressed in this post are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of strongly encourages our readers to post comments in response to blog posts. We value diversity of opinions and perspectives. Our goals for this space are to be educational, thought-provoking, and respectful. So we actively moderate comments and we reserve the right to edit or remove comments that undermine these goals. Thanks!