This week’s hullabaloo in the world of women’s work is Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In. It’s pretty clear to all that progress in that field requires a combination of policy change and women stepping up and giving their all to get
Meant to post this image on August 26th – the 92nd anniversary of the passage of the women’s suffrage amendment to the constitution. Aka Women’s Equality Day. The sash is part of the Ewing collection in the Shuart Women’s Archive at
Here’s my entry at Daily Beast in this ongoing debate about America’s work/family misery. Looking past stating the problem to fixing it! We can do it! How Women (and Men) Can Have It All–Now Thanks to Anne-Marie Slaughter and The Atlantic for making the
The Real No-Brainer Fair Pay, Fertile Future Childcare as Infrastructure Remember Mama? Darn It! Recycling Frugality Slut Limbaugh Pushing Babies Ready or Not?
For Mother’s Day, Flower Power Mom is mounting a new resource for later moms and those looking to become moms in their 40s, called INFORMED CHOICES. Here’s my video contribution (with a skype-induced time lag). Check it out and pass
This week’s CDC detailed report on 2009 birth data, confirms their earlier finding that while births to women overall dropped 3 percent, births to women 40-44 continued to climb –- up 3% over 2008. And leading the 40-44 climb were
Last week NYTimes columnist Nicholas Kristof endorsed major investment in early childhood education as the only way out of poverty for millions — the only way to even the playing field for all citizens. This has been the elephant in