Posted Under: Raising All Voices
Healthcare House Parties!
Moms across the country are having house parties to help share information about the new healthcare law.
Invest in our littlest learners!
Families have a chance for affordable high-quality Pre-K with the Strong Start for America's Children Act. Ask your Senators to co-sponsor it today!
Moms Are Talking
“My husband and I found ourselves with a surprise pregnancy when our two children were 10 and 12."
MomsRising Near You!
MRNY's are small, monthly gatherings of MomsRising Members in local communities
Tell Congress: Protect Kids in the Budget!
Voices of moms (like you!) are needed to protect important education, health, nutrition, and child care programs.
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Dr. E. Faye Williams This post originally appeared on Arit Essien's blog The Project C On Thursday, February 27, I proudly stood with those who came to the White House to celebrate President Barack Obama’s official announcement of “My Brother’s Keeper.” A lot of people had waited for this announcement for a very long time. I met people who had come from [...]
Everly Macario, Sc.D., M.S., Ed.M. Simon and his sister Elena In 2004 my otherwise robust one-and-a-half-year-old son, Simon, came into contact with a “superbug.” Simon woke early one spring morning struggling to breathe. By early afternoon Simon’s skin was ice-cold. My husband and I brought Simon to the emergency room where antibiotics failed to help him. Twenty-four hours later, Simon [...]
Posted Under: Nutrition & Food
Connie K. Ho Civil rights. The environment. The close of the Winter Olympics in Sochi. These are just a few of the topics that were addressed on the MomsRising blog this past week, and here are some of the posts that we love. Please share these posts on social media with friends and family, and join the discussion [...]
Rachel Roth One of every three women held prisoner worldwide is in the United States, even though the U.S. has only five percent of the world’s population. This lopsided figure reflects the U.S. tendency to imprison more people, for more time, than peer nations. Add in racial bias and restrictive bail practices, and low-income women of color [...]More from the Blog
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