Blimey! The royal baby's birth will likely “end up costing less than the average birth” on this side of the pond.
"Women will be more likely to dip into their Social Security, because women are still disproportionately family caregivers. This would just be a further way in which women's retirement security is at risk." – Sarah Fleisch Fink, director of workplace policy and senior counsel at the National Partnership
"Birth costs are inflated by probably a lot of things that people don't need and things that can also unintentionally pose harm." – Carol Sakala, director of Childbirth Connection programs at the National Partnership for Women & Families
We’re laughing to keep from crying.
You know what goes great with chocolate ganache? Detailed information about how crisis pregnancy centers are literally lying to women everywhere.
The people have spoken (and the Trump administration should listen).
From retail stores to restaurants to office buildings to the halls of Congress, parents need workplace policies that help them address the dual demands of work and family.
“Let’s list racism as a modifiable risk factor for poor maternal health outcomes. When we can do that, we can work together to dismantle it."
And there’s no better time than Black Maternal Health Week. ✊🏿✊🏽✊🏾
It’s National Minority Health Month, so remember this:
"The voices of women of all races, ethnicities, socioeconomic statuses and backgrounds will be needed to secure the care that keeps us healthy for our families."
Unacceptable. Medicaid matters to millions!
“If our country is to thrive, we must root out bias in wages, reject outdated stereotypes and stop penalizing women for having children and caring for their families.” 👏🏿👏🏼👏🏽👏🏾
This #EqualPayDay — and every day — closing the wage gap matters to women. It matters to families. It matters because it’s the right thing to do.
We can’t get to equality without equal pay. #EqualPayDay
Today is #EqualPayDay, and we're urging the EEOC to move forward with its mission to prevent, stop and remedy unlawful pay discrimination through a revised pay data collection proposal.