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What Moms Really Need for Mother’s Day

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Brandie Weikle is the host of The New Family Podcast. This post was originally published here.  I’m all for flowers, books and mani-pedi gift certificates. But the truth is moms really need forward-thinking policy change, the kind of game-changing, culture-shifting, brave-ass investments in everyone’s future that make raising up the next generation of taxpayers and gerontologists […]

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What’s Needed Next for Pay Equity in New Brunswick: Private Sector Legislation.

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The cost of pay equity for businesses is the cost of inequity for women. It’s more than a question of economics, it’s about the value we attribute to women and their contributions to society at large. It’s been illegal for half a century to pay women less than men for the same work, and the […]

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Rethinking Leadership: Inclusive Leadership Qualities That Work

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In 2019, it’s finally time that we rethink leadership. To build a better society, we need innovative and inclusive leaders that are brave enough to break away from the traditional styles of leading we are all too accustomed to. With that in mind, here’s the first of a three-part series on women in leadership. In […]

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Building Feminist Community through Beer: A Q&A with Society of Beer Drinking Ladies Founder Erica Campbell

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(SOBDL) knows how to party in a big way. What started as a chance to network with others in the food and beverage industry – and enjoy a few new brews – quickly transformed into regular “bevies” attended by thousands of women. We spoke to the SOBDL founder Erica Campbell about her experience working in […]

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