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An Evening with All Our Kin and C. Nicole Mason

We are very excited to hold an event with trailblazing author and speaker C. Nicole Mason on Wednesday, April 5 from 5:30-8 pm at the Bijou Theatre in Bridgeport. Executive Director of the Center for Research and Policy in the … 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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Honoring caregivers on May Day 2013

Did you know that today, May Day, is more than just a celebration of spring? Across the globe, May 1 is International Workers’ Day, a day to  celebrate the contributions of workers worldwide while advocating for workers’ rights. Said one … Continue reading

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On International Women’s Day 2013, Ms. Foundation brings special attention to injustices regarding child care

Happy International Women’s Day! Since the early 1900s, this day has been observed as a time to celebrate and honor women across the globe and to demand action on behalf of the inequality that still exists. This year, in recognition … Continue reading

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