Reproductive Labor, as defined by Mignon Duffy in “Doing the Dirty Work: Gender, Race, and Reproductive Labor in Historical Perspective” (2007):
· Work that maintains daily life (physical or mental health, food preparation and service, cleaning, personal care) or
· Work that reproduces the next generation (care of children and youth)
Contact: Kenza Hadj-Moussa, 612-386-9556 September 14, 2017 NEWS RELEASE Caregivers, people living with disabilities, and seniors held a March for Medicaid and Caregiving Thursday afternoon, kicking off a two-day convening
A group of about 20 protesters showed up at U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis’ (R) house in Woodbury on Wednesday. They coursed up his driveway bearing signs, crowded around his front
Last week, Abena wrote about two women who show us how critical it is to have more women in leadership at the state legislature. Like many of you, I am
WILLMAR — For some of the participants in a forum this week on aging, less red tape and better access to needed services would be a change for the better.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 30, 2014Contact: Greta Bergstrom, Greta@TakeActionMinnesota.org, 651.336.6722 SCOTUS Ruling in Harris v. Quinn Chooses Corporations Over Home Care Workers Fighting to Improve Quality of Jobs and Client