Support For All Mothers – Last post by Shauna Ricketts

The goal of this project was to support ALL mothers, regardless of their family form or personal circumstance. Stories and faces negate stereotypes and disprove assumptions that accumulate as a result of societal reflections. This project has demonstrated that funding and programming are not the only expressions of positive community support. Demand for mental healthContinue reading “Support For All Mothers – Last post by Shauna Ricketts”

#Hillary Paradox [CLICK]

When weighing her bid for the White House, Hillary Clinton repeatedly said that she wanted to have time to spend with her soon-to-be granddaughter.  Of course, in saying that, Hillary was presumably playing us, as her inevitable entry into the race had to have been decided even at that point.  But maybe she had moreContinue reading “#Hillary Paradox [CLICK]”

How Much Do You Know About Paid Family Leave in the U.S.?

By, Jenny Nigro I’m ashamed to admit that I took up the paid family leave torch pretty late in life for no other reason than being completely ignorant to the issue until just a few years ago. I had heard of people going on “maternity leave,” (mostly teachers who were pregnant growing up) and assumedContinue reading “How Much Do You Know About Paid Family Leave in the U.S.?”