The pandemic illuminated that carework is an essential part of our society–and without accessible childcare, eldercare, and education, the economy can’t flourish. However, The Great American Lie reveals that it has been historically undervalued, unpaid, and dismissed as “women’s work.” We are ready to build a society that sees the importance of the feminized sector of carework.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF CAREWORK
WHAT OUR VALUES MEAN FOR EQUALITY
This year has only shown us that we have become a country divided in more ways than one. And with discrimination baked into the fabric of America, we activists have our work cut out for us… READ MORE.
WHAT 2020 HAS SAID ABOUT THE AMERICAN DREAM
If 2020 has taught us (or confirmed) anything, it’s that the American Dream is not as it seems. Attainable? Sure, but usually only for those lucky enough to make it passed systemic obstacles… READ MORE.
HOW WE OVERCOME THE “SHECESSION”
It’s become clear that we may be entering a “shecession.” The coronavirus pandemic has shaken up the lives of most women, taking us from an economy that was briefly dominated by working women to one where nearly half are now unemployed… READ MORE.