Single fathers’ experiences during the pandemic highlight the urgent need to address parental well-being.
To transform policy, we need to include single fathers in broader conversations about gender inequality in all its manifestations.
The right kinds of investments can address deeply rooted racial and gender inequities in the care economy.
Care work makes all other work possible. Is a decades-long struggle for decent wages and labor protections finally about to pay off?
Some low-income parents will work more under the new policy, some less. Kids will benefit either way.
Child care is too expensive, while providers are underpaid. We need sustained public investment to fix both problems.
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