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Because choosing between making a living doing what we love and making a life with the ones we love, shouldn’t even be a choice.

Parents have had to make inexplicable sacrifices in these last few years. With many schools and daycare centers shuttering due to Covid-19 closures, many families were left alone to navigate an already debilitating childcare crisis, further exacerbated by the pandemic. In the fall of 2020, about 1.6 million more mothers were forced from the labor force than would’ve been expected without school closures according to an analysis of employment data. This problem was further compounded for non-parental caregivers who were still responsible for contributing to the care of loved ones without the legal and monetary protections available to birth and adoptive parents.


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