The state of the mother has never been worse.
We have to talk about how this pandemic has hurt mothers and caregivers, especially women who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color. What we experienced in 2020 is a direct result of a society that has never seen care work as real work. It’s time to tell our stories.
That’s why we’re working to raise $10,000 this May.
We have to keep moms and caregivers engaged in making and changing the laws that impact us the most. Together, we can make Oregon the state of the mother: a place where mothers and caregivers are valued and have what they need to thrive.