Emma Watson, Meryl Streep and Michelle Williams bring black dresses and female activists to the Golden Globes

This article first appeared on the Los Angeles Times. Read the original there. In addition to the black palette on...

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Meryl Streep Walks Golden Globes Red Carpet with Women’s Activist Ai-jen Poo: We Feel ‘Emboldened’

This article originally appeared on People.com. Read it there. Meryl Streep had a special plus one with her at the...

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Ai-jen Poo wants dignity for domestic workers

This podcast originally appeared on Ladies Who Lovebomb. Listen to it there.  Episode 12 // December 21, 2017: Ai-jen Poo...

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How Care for Elders, Not Children, Denies Women a Paycheck

This article originally appeared in the New York Times. Read it there. Why did women’s rush into the work force...

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One of the smartest ideas for balancing work and life just went into effect in Hawaii

This article originally appeared on Quartz. Read it there. The term “kupuna” in Hawaiian translates roughly to elder, or grandparent,...

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Easing the Burden on Caregivers

This video and article first appeared on The New York Times. Watch and read the original there.   Eleanor Thommes...

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Episode 13: Building the Caring Majority (w/ Sarita Gupta)

This podcast originally appeared on the Next System Project. Listen to it there.  Adam Simpson: Welcome to the Next...

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Hawaii prepares to deliver New Year’s present to caregivers

This article first appeared in the Washington Examiner. Read it there. Hawaiians have the highest life expectancy in the U.S.,...

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Ai-jen Poo: the future of work isn’t robots. It’s caring humans.

This podcast originally appeared on Stitcher. Listen to it there.  When we talk about the future of work, we usually...

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Opinion podcast: How the Maine People’s Alliance is cracking the code

This podcast originally appeared on the Portland Press Herald. Listen to it there. Editorial Page Editor Greg Kesich and columnist...

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