Es hora de que todos manifestemos amor total para apoyar a los miembros más jóvenes de nuestra comunidad y a sus familias.
It is time for all communities to show up with radical love to support our youngest community members and their families.
Cientos de proveedores, desde Nueva York hasta Alabama, hablan sobre lo que significará la fecha límite del 30 de septiembre para sus negocios, sus medios de vida y las familias a las que sirven.
My husband and I had planned that I would return to the workforce, but this situation makes me feel like we are not in control of my family’s life.
Hundreds of providers, from New York to Alabama, talk about what the September 30 deadline will mean for their businesses, livelihoods, and the families they serve.
This women’s history month, I want to honor the contributions of these childcare providers, mothers, and organizers who are working to make a 21st century childcare system a reality.
Former childcare provider Melissa Martinez is knocking on doors with OLÉ to get out the vote on this transformational initiative.
In Concord, California, a plan to distribute grants to small businesses impacted by the pandemic didn’t apply to home-based businesses. So childcare providers and parents lobbied for an exception.
I owe my son’s teachers so much: My peace of mind, my ability to work, my son’s happiness. I’m sure other parents feel the same way.
We’ve established many times over that our child care workers are the engines that support a healthy economy. Yet, we’re not willing to pay them a living wage.