Results related to “Childcare”

Ariz. Mom's Arrest Triggers Outpouring of Support

Ariz. Mom’s Arrest Triggers Outpouring of Support

by Carla Murphy on March 31 2014, 10:45AM

But, what about the other Shanesha Taylors?

Topics: Economy, /NOW

Mail Order Wombs: Outsourcing Birth to India

Mail Order Wombs: Outsourcing Birth to India

by Michelle Chen on June 15 2010, 10:10AM

So much of America’s economic activity takes place on faraway shores, from call centers in Mumbai to sweatshops in Shanghai. Still, you’d think that making a baby would be one job that’s hard to offshore. But today, for a fee,…

Topics: Global Affairs, Health

When An Immigrant Mom Gets Arrested

When An Immigrant Mom Gets Arrested

by Julianne Hing, Seth Wessler on July 1 2008, 12:00PM

More women—and their children—are getting trapped by the intersection of policies governing deportations, prisons and foster care.

Topics: Criminal Justice

Celebrity Colonialism

by Adam Elkus on March 1 2007, 12:00PM

From Madonna to Kate Moss, buying Africa is the latest trend among the famous.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Dientes Malos

by Daisy Hernandez on November 30 2006, 12:00PM

Dientes Malos

Topics: Arts & Culture

The Young Adult Boom

by Megan Izen on November 15 2006, 12:00PM

The potential of the young adult market has not gone unnoticed by famous writers. But it’s a mixed bag for teens of color.

Topics: Schools & Youth

The Welfare Nanny Diaries

by Rinku Sen on September 15 2006, 12:00PM

In a debate that revolves around the needs of parents and children, the woman who meets those needs sometimes gets lost.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Schools & Youth

Diamonds in the Rough

by Janine Macbeth on September 21 2005, 12:00PM

The search for socially responsible, multicultural children’s literature.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Beyond Bars

by Vanessa Huang on December 21 2004, 12:00PM

Community-Based Responses to Gender Violence

Topics: Criminal Justice

Activist Web

by Tammy Johnson on September 15 2003, 12:00PM

Rethinking Schools Online This quarterly real-time education journal recently retooled their online presence into a readable site with bite. Full access to the publication’s content is a major plus to any progressive education activist. Columns such as ESEA Watch…

Topics: Arts & Culture, Schools & Youth

“Saved” By the System

by Akiba Solomon on September 15 2002, 12:00PM

Why are so many kids of color taken into the child welfare system? Akiba Solomon finds out what happened to one black family.


Safety Net Sinking

by Gordon Hurd on June 15 2002, 12:00PM

Race & Recession

Topics: Health, Schools & Youth

Keeping Safe

by Andrea Smith on June 15 2002, 12:00PM

Native women mobilize their own coalition against domestic violence

Topics: Criminal Justice

Welfare Organizing at the Grassroots

by Nicole Davis on November 29 2000, 12:00PM

By making good on his promise to “end the welfare system as we know it,” President Clinton set off a resurgence of welfare rights organizing that this country has not seen since the 1960s. Most importantly, people on public assistance…


Building Black-Brown Unity: Rhode Island’s Home Daycare Campaign

by Rinku Sen on June 10 1998, 12:00PM

Rinku Sen examines the Black-Latina dynamics in organizing publicly subsidized daycare providers in Rhode Island.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, Schools & Youth

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