The Fight for Childcare Starts at Home (with Eve Rodsky)
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Childcare doesn’t just happen out in the world. It also happens in each and every home where a child lives. In this bonus episode, we hear from Eve Rodsky, the author of Fair Play (Reese’s Book Club October ‘19), about how to create more cooperative homes and families. “While we're waiting for systems to change and fighting for policies, we can also take agency to make things better in our home - to invite men into their full power in the home so that women can step out into their full power in the world.” For Eve, that means shifting away from a 50/50 division of labor to what she calls an “ownership mindset.”

 

This podcast is presented by Neighborhood Villages, and is brought to you with generous support from The McCormick Foundation, Trust for Learning, and Spring Point Partners.

 

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