Who takes care of children in the US when their parents go to work?
Policies like subsidized childcare and paid leave could provide answers to these questions – but instead, each family has to figure it out on their own.
But what would you say if you knew it was completely possible to have national, affordable childcare? This comic shows that it’s happened in the US before – and it’s happening in plenty of other countries now.
Which leaves us with a crucial question about what’s stopping us from having this now.
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
To learn more, check out:
- 4 Ways the Us Keeps Single Moms in Poverty – And What We Can Do About It
- How Moms Still Get Pushed Out the Workplace (And Dads Don’t)
Molly McIntyre is a Contributing Artist for Everyday Feminism. She is an artist who makes pictures that tells stories. Her work explores the process of searching, finding – and sometimes not finding – what makes people who they are. More of her work can be found on her website or on Instagram @brooklyn_rabbit.
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