We are working to build political and economic power with and for mothers and caregivers, building structures that create support caregiving. We believe that caring for our children, our parents, and other loved ones is
fundamental to our society, and our economy – and the lack of value for the
work of caring for others is one of the root causes of large-scale gender and racial inequities.
We work for systemic change by 1) organizing mothers and caregivers into a movement to fight for a more equitable system, 2) shifting cultural attitudes about women, work and care; 3) advocating for bold public policies like paid sick days, paid family and medical leave, a higher minimum wage, equal pay for equal work, and affordable childcare.