Double Booked: Continuing the Fight to Support our Working Families

Since the White House Summit on Working Families a little over a month ago, advocates from an exceptionally broad range of organizations, backgrounds, and for us, faith traditions, have been inspired and energized to deeply engage in the necessary work to support the modern American working families.

Immediately following the Summit and in the coming weeks, we will be thinking about new ways to lift up the issues that working families face. Double Booked is and remains our central platform for exploring ideas, sharing personal stories, and leading the faith conversation on how best to engage in these topics. It is especially exciting that, following the Summit, there has been renewed attention to working families’ issues in the media. Here is some great reading to stay up to speed with the latest developments and research regarding working families’ policies!


Please add to this list by posting comments with links to your favorite pieces that have appeared since the Summit.

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Rachel Laser

About Rachel Laser

Rachel Laser, Deputy Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, has been the General Counsel for Planned Parenthood Metropolitan Washington, Senior Counsel for the National Women’s Law Center and Director of the Culture Program at Third Way, where she helped draft the first ever pro-life/pro-choice abortion bill in Congress.

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