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Taking a Victory Lap! #SCOTUS!

April 15, 2022
On the radio show this week, we cover the nexus between culture and legislative change, we celebrate the victory of the new U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson , hear about the importance of voting this year more than ever as we cover the power of the AAPI voting block, and get the...
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Maternal Mental Health Impacts Communities of Color More Yet Care is Harder to Find

April 14, 2022
Tina Sherman, Senior Campaign Director for Maternal Justice, discussed Black Maternal Mental Health with Lina Acosta Sandaal of Stop Parenting Alone on IG Live. They discussed how women in communities of color are particularly vulnerable maternal health disorders yet encounter more barriers to...
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You're invited to the Power+ Summit virtual event!

April 14, 2022
Come hear MomsRising CEO and Co-Founder Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner as she joins Roxane Gay, Dawn Staley, and other women leaders from across the country to accelerate change and move the needle on women’s equality at the Power+ Summit virtual event April 27-28, 2022. MomsRising supporters have special access to this important event.
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Tax Day action needed on the Child Tax Credit!

April 13, 2022
Did you know Tax Day is next Monday (April 18th)? I know….it really creeped up on me this year as well! This is the perfect opportunity for us to spread the word about our values, our concerns, and what our families really, truly need: Congress to take action to make sure billionaires pay their fair share in taxes AND extend the monthly Child Tax Credit checks.
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Families Nationwide Are Having Trouble Finding Baby Formula

April 12, 2022
My son is 7 months old and drinks a combination of breastmilk and formula. A few weeks ago, I went to buy more formula. After striking out at two stores, I stood in the aisle of BJs and started to panic. The shelves were completely empty of all Similac formula, including Similac Pro-Sensitive,...
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Brooklyn

April 12, 2022
This morning, my phone lit up with news alerts about another mass shooting. When I saw “Brooklyn” in the headlines, my heart stopped. How many times have my husband and I walked the streets of Brooklyn and rode the subway during trips to see our daughter, or to visit friends?
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Noticing the Spaces in Between

April 6, 2022
Up until about a year ago, there was very little space for me to "just be" and for me to learn about the inner workings of my heart. I would make space for myself with my animals, writing, recovery, walking, hiking, nature. But I had to squeeze it in. Just when I would scratch the surface of my own...
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Spring ahead, friends...March MOMentum’s inside!

April 1, 2022
At the end of Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating YOU and all the beautiful MOMentum you continue to make possible for women and families. Together we...
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SPECIAL DELIVERY: MomsRising Storybooks Delivered to Congress

March 30, 2022
This week, we delivered three hard copies of different storybooks to every member of Congress to celebrate the stories and advocacy of our incredible members. These storybooks include stories of families from across the country that highlight the critical need for investments in our Care Economy...
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Brand New Breaking Through Podcast: Moving forward Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Mothering Honestly, and the Fifth Trimester

March 29, 2022
On the radio show this week, we cover the spectacular nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court (and how you can help get her confirmed); what’s happening with disinformation online and how you can help stop it; and we also cover the growing movement of moms and caregivers...
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