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What Workplace Rights Look Like for Moms at the End of the Decade

Here’s what we’ve learned in the last 10 years.

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The past 10 years have been big ones for women’s rights at work, with a burst of renewed energy and awareness for the issue. From pregnancy to workplace lactation rights, the fight for equality and protection under the law has surged — though progress has not come without…

A conversation about the future of parenthood by Motherly

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Candace Alnaji

Candace Alnaji

Candace is an attorney, writer, working parents advocate, and proud mother of three. She is the founder and author of the popular blog The Mom at Law.

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