As all eyes turn to the landmark case before the Supreme Court, advocates in the South say they’ve been sounding the alarm on access for years.
Take a new job or take your kids to school? A school bus driver shortage in suburban Minneapolis is leaving some moms with tough choices. It’s happening across America and is a trend that experts say won’t bode well for women and the economy.
Providers say they shoulder costs for heating and repairs — and have concerns for the children in their care. Some 400 child care centers are housed in buildings operated by New York City Housing Authority,…
Their salmon have all but disappeared, so Yurok mothers are fighting for their tribe’s health and food sovereignty.
In the absence of comprehensive governmental safety nets, New York women banded together, adapted their skill sets, organized aid and fought for policy changes. What’s next for them?
The events of 9/11 made these women sick. Twenty years later, why are they still left out of the health coverage that was created for survivors?
Six Afghan women describe their feelings of fear, anger, and betrayal in the wake of America’s departure.
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‘One Paycheck Away From Losing Everything’: Why The Child Care Crisis Is Especially Hard for Black Mothers
The coronavirus pandemic caused a child care crisis. Black moms are bearing the biggest brunt.
Girls, especially girls of color, are inordinately subjected to a type of court order that's designed to protect them but often punishes them—or worse.
Burdened by the high cost of legal help and penalized by courts that favor fathers, women risk losing children to abusive partners
A system "built for men" exposes women to chemicals that have been linked to miscarriage, birth defects and slowed fetal growth.
Those in the U.S. with ties to India are reckoning with uncertainty and fear for themselves, those immediately around them, and loved ones across the world.
Vaccine availability, the delta variant and child care access are compounding challenges for working mothers.
Spanish-speaking child care providers say they are struggling to get the support they need during the pandemic.
Two high-profile celebrity court cases over the past week seemed to capture the frustration many women experience as they seek justice in the U.S. legal system.
Women of color are running to transform local governance in New York and across the U.S., driven by the belief that their communities have been neglected and inspired by the successes at the national level.
The pandemic is disrupting one of the most prevalent forms of child care for children younger than 6: the informal network of family, friends and neighbor caregivers.