The Unfinished Business of Working-class Equality

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When Anne-Marie Slaughter left the U.S. State Department to spend more time with her family and declared, "Women can't have it all," she faced both resentment and gratitude. In a conversation with the foreign-policy analyst, Cristen and Caroline explore the important role of supporting paid and unpaid caregivers as part of the work toward equality.

Learn More about Anne-Marie Slaughter and Who Cares:

Who Cares?

Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family

Anne-Marie on Twitter

Anne-Marie at Princeton

Episode Sources and Further Reading:

"Caring Across Generations, and New America launch the 'Who Cares' coalition to redefine the social and economic value of care and caregiving"

"The work that makes work possible"

"The failure of the phrase 'work-life balance'"

"You can't have it all: Princetonians respond"

"Why women still can't have it all"

"Anne-Marie Slaughter's 'Unfinished Business'"

"The evolution of Anne-Marie Slaughter"

Topics in this Podcast: women in the workplace, lean in, caregiving, family leave, gender