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Why Pretending You Don’t See Race or Gender Is an Obstacle to Equality

Elizabeth Weingarten wrote for Slate about how being color- or gender-blind acts as an obstacle to equality.


'Good for Business': Investing in Child Care Pays off in the End

Brigid Schulte was quoted in WTOP about the Care Report as part of a five-part series.


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There’s Not Even Close to Enough Child Care in the United States for All the Families That Need It

The New America Care Report was cited in Slate.


One Thing Washington Can Do: Ease Costs for Child Care

The New America Care Report was covered in Christian Science Monitor.


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U.S. Parents Are Sweating And Hustling To Pay For Child Care

The New America Care Report was covered in an NPR special series on working parents.


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Rating The United States On Child Care

Brigid Schulte was on the Diane Rehm Show to discuss the New America Care Report.


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Average child-care costs exceed in-state college tuitions nationwide

The Washington Post covered the New America Care Report.


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How Much Does Child Care Cost In Massachusetts, Compared To The Rest Of The U.S.?

Nan Mooney was interviewed on WBUR, Boston's NPR station, about the New America Care Report.


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The Cost of Child Care in America Is Even More Outrageous Than You Thought

The New America Care Report was covered in Slate.


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Finding Good, Affordable Childcare Tough in Any U.S. State

The New America Care Report was covered in Bloomberg.


GLOBAL GENDER PARITY INITIATIVE
Unmeasured, Undervalued, and Unpaid

Elizabeth Weingarten joined WPR to talk about the huge, yet unmeasured, impact of unpaid labor on the American economy.


How the Fight for Paid Leave Has Quietly Become One of the Most Successful Movements of Our Time

Brigid Schulte was quoted in Slate about why the paid family leave movement is gaining traction.