Philosophy Talk 459: The Value of Care – Feminism and Ethics

This podcast originally appeared on Stitcher. Listen there.  We sometimes think of the domains of ethics and morality as divorced...

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Caring Majority Report Cards Point to Glaring Care Failures, but also Path to Future

As we get older, our need for care increases. With the federal government locked in an ideological battle over the...

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Double duty: Caregivers take on a second shift in an aging America

This article first appeared in the Star Tribune. Read the original there.  Our Co-Founder Sarita Gupta also appeared in a...

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It’s time to raise wages for care workers

This article first appeared on Medium. Read the original there.  If you have children, you have likely struggled to find...

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Work Left To Be Done: Why Working Motherhood (Still) Affects Wages

This podcast first appeared on the 1A. Listen here.  The U.S. is woefully behind its counterparts when it comes to...

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The Invisible Profession: Caregiving And The Future Of Work

This article first appeared in Forbes, in partnership with Ashoka. Read the original there.  Today’s American families need more caregiving...

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Kupuna Caregivers Program Deserves More Money

This article originally appeared in Honolulu Civil Beat. Read it there. No two caregiving stories are alike: There’s the story...

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Representative Hoadley and Senator O’Brien Honored as 2018 Care Champions

Rep. Hoadley (D-Kalamazoo) is awarded for being the chief sponsor of the Long-Term Care Study Bill (HB 4674) and Senator...

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New York City Council Member Margaret Chin Honored as 2018 Care Champion

Council Member Margaret Chin awarded for her leadership on behalf of seniors, caregivers, and home care workers City Hall Senior...

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Imagine 2048

Imagination is powerful. When we imagine, we step outside existing boundaries. We step outside existing obligations. We unleash our vision....

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