The Mom Project Reaches One Million Moms

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Since 2020, coinciding with the COVID-19 pandemic, women accounted for a staggering 11.9 million in lost jobs. The public health and childcare crises put a particular strain on working mothers, many of whom left their roles to act as full-time caregivers, or because their industries were especially impacted by the Coronavirus.

Though these troubling workforce ‘trends’ have received much more attention in the past two years, organizations like The Mom Project have long-recognized that working mothers face multiple obstacles in terms of economic advancement – from combating professional biases to confronting racial discrimination as moms of color, and

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