"Rarely do we get to hear from Vietnamese women, like my mother, who lived through the war, resettling in the United States years after it ended." CLASP senior policy analyst Kathy Tran shares her mother's story.
This Women's History Month, we must soberly assess the current landscape and acknowledge we are living through a pivotal moment that threatens to curtail women’s rights and further erode their economic stability.
It’s time for policymakers to give this healing and hope back to our early educators. I urge Congress to invest meaningfully in child care to create a transformed system of care so that caregivers, child care providers, and early educators like my mother can be…
This Women's History Month, Asha Banerjee and Rosa García write about their respective grandmother and mother to accentuate the power and necessity of postsecondary education for women, particularly women of color.
Delaying a national paid leave policy has real economic, social, and moral costs that will last for generations. A recent report from the WORLD policy Analysis Center shows the U.S. is lagging behind on paid family and medical leave.