Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Garden Project’s Final Celebration and Family Day, by Stephanie Lorek

 All Our Kin’s Garden Project is a two-year enrichment program offered to Family Child Care Providers who want to enhance their outdoor curriculum through gardening. Providers learn about the important role that nature plays in a child’s physical, cognitive, and … Continue reading

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Wages for Housework? Four Divergent Perspectives Highlighted in The New York Times

The New York Times recently published a “Room for Debate” column featuring four different perspectives on the topic “Wages for Housework.” The premise of the debate: that housework – including child care – is generally unpaid labor, except when others … Continue reading

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All Our Kin’s Bridgeport Network Director Receives First Annual Susan M. Lewin Women’s Leadership Award

On October 28, 2014, The Community Fund for Women & Girls presented Nilda Aponte, All Our Kin’s Bridgeport Network Director, with the first annual Susan M. Lewin Women’s Leadership Award. The awards ceremony was part of an event called “Feminism’s … Continue reading

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