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Women’s History Month #27: The Value of Work Deja Vu All Over Again

This piece is part of a blog carnival on women and work. Gloria Feldt blogs at Heartfeldt Politics.   There has been a marked change in the estimate of [women’s] position as wealth producers. We have never been ‘supported’ by men; for if all men labored hard every hour of the twenty-four, they could not […]

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Special Invitation to Blog Carnival: Bloggers Don’t “Work”

Though the public may no longer see bloggers as slackers schlepping around at home in pajamas, can blogging — or any activity outside the 1950’s model of "9 to 5" jobs with benefits — be considered gainful employment?  Over the next few days, Fem2.0 is working with MomsRising to start a fresh conversation about what […]

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Working Smart vs. Working Stupid

This piece, cross-posted from Huffington Post, is part of a blog carnival on women and work. Joan Blades and Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner founded the organization MomsRising in 2006. — Yesterday the Washington Post fed the insecurities of American workers with the headline, "As Cuts Loom, Will Working From Home Lead to a Layoff?" My response "Only […]

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