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Sarah Damaske: Equal Pay Day: In the Wake of the So-Called "Mommy Wars" Renewal and Partisan Attacks on Equal Pay Bills

Calling this past week's maelstrom a renewal of the "mommy wars" dodges the real issue: Caregiving, whether done unpaid in the home or for pay outside of it, is not particularly valued in this country and women (whether in the labor market or not) suffer the brunt of this.
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Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner: It's Not a "Mommy War," It's a War on Moms

Politics / US Politics : Huffington Post: Politics Blog (3 years ago)

Rather than fanning the false flames of a "Mommy War" that doesn't really exist, it's time that we as a nation recognize that regardless of whether or not mothers' work is paid or unpaid, the work of caregiving is important to us al... Read Post

Three Ways the Labor Movement Can Support the Call for Racial Justice Nationwide

Politics / US Politics : Huffington Post: Politics Blog (3 days ago)

Earlier this month I called on my brothers and sisters in the labor movement to join me in the fight for racial justice in the wake of Michael Brown's death in Ferguson, MO. Here's a list of three things labor can do to support thos... Read Post

Sarah Damaske: Equal Pay Day: In the Wake of the So-Called "Mommy Wars" Renewal and Partisan Attacks on Equal Pay Bills

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog (3 years ago)

Calling this past week's maelstrom a renewal of the "mommy wars" dodges the real issue: Caregiving, whether done unpaid in the home or for pay outside of it, is not particularly valued in this country and women (whether in the labor... Read Post


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