New York mothers take paid family leave
On November 22, the leaders of the Mothers’ Association were summoned to an emergency briefing for PL+US and everyone on paid leave. We learned that for paid vacation bills, the next two weeks are a matter of life and death.
Last week, the Mothers’ Association quickly assembled and gained more than 7,000 followers and 1,200 active advocacy members to fight for paid leave.This week we were asked to make as much noise as possible, so we put This event.
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According to the most recent Health hotline The statistics are not good. 40% of women are not eligible to participate Family Sick Leave Act (FMLA). This is unpaid Leave. For paid maternity leave, as many people know, there is no federal paid maternity leave.
Enter the powerful moms. Mother’s Club It is a collective movement that aims to focus America’s priorities on mothers’ rights. Their first goal is to ensure federal paid family visits and sick leave.
this Mother’s Club In their first statement, “The federal paid family and sick leave program movement has been around for decades, and thanks to the tireless efforts of various advocate alliances, it is now ready to ensure that the United States has the first ever national paid family Vacation policy. However, paid vacation is likely to be cut from the final legislative proposal-which is why we need to mobilize more voices than ever before to ask Congress to provide services for women.”
Let’s speak up
Writer and reporter Alexis Ballard-Cutler, one of The founding mother of the Mothers Chamber of Commerce shared with the New York family, “It’s time to speak out for paid vacation as a national policy and keep it in a better recovery plan for reconstruction. If we don’t get mothers around this issue in a serious way Together, this may disappear and be removed from the package. We don’t need another hot issue to be angry on social media every year. We need to cause a wave of real change on Capitol Hill. Motherhood is a coalition for change, it creates a collective The source of motivation to expand and support the advocacy groups that have been doing this work, and focus the lens on the mother’s story in an unprecedented way. Paid leave is not only about mothers, but also about what their mothers need after giving birth. Such a specific recovery, because that recovery is bloody, messy, inconvenient, and raw. We will not adapt to the simple four-week plan of politicians.”
How can you help
The Mothers Association is collaborating with paid time off advocacy campaigns and organizations, such as paid time off in the United States (PL+United States), to channel the mother’s anger into the trend on Twitter and Instagram to retain paid federal leave under the “Rebuild Better” Act. This major social push will provide sails for the leaders of the movement in the region. Paid vacation for everyone Coalition, United States Paid Time Off (PL+US), MomsRising, Family Values at Work, National Women and Family Partnership, Intergenerational Care, and Zero to Three groups.
Starting at noon today (November 17), the alliance joined other mothers to disrupt social media on Instagram and Twitter, calling for people to join the Mothers’ Association, and requiring federal paid family leave and sick leave in the United States.
How to participate
- postal This picture Tag @chamberofmothers on Instagram and Twitter on Wednesday, 11/17.
- Use the title: Dear Congress, we can’t #BuildBackBleeding. We need federally protected paid family visits and sick leave. @SenSchumer #SavePaidLeave #ChamberofMothers.
- Tag 3 accounts to share images and captions to spread the news.
- Register to join the Chamber of Commerce Chamberofmothers.com And encourage followers to do the same and contact their senator payleave.us/email-your-moc
As the Mothers Association said, “Today’s immediate goal: stop feeding and let everyone pay attention to the needs of mothers. We want Congress to notice that we are paying attention, we are angry, and we are ready. As an alliance, our priority is The action is to convene and ensure federal paid vacation. Once the assembly is complete, we will work with advocacy groups, companies, and Congress to resolve every issue that hinders the integrity of modern mothers.”