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Block parties tonight as part of an initiative to promote full-time, in-person instruction this fall; New York is about to get its first woman governor. Nadia RamlaganProducer Contact.

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Eric GalatasProducer Contact. Michayla SavittProducer Contact. Why you can trust Public News Service. Jacobs says she's had no closure in the case, which is ongoing. Research indicates native women are more than three times more likely to be a victim of violent crimes, and in North Carolina, roughly 90 cases of missing or murdered indigenous women and children -- some cases dating back to the early s -- remain unsolved.

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Jacobs says it's an epidemic. The Raleigh-based group Women AdvaNCe recently held an online rally featuring more than 20 speakers, including victims' families and elected officials, calling for legislation to create an accurate statewide database of victims. Ericka Faircloth, co-director of Women AdvaNCe, says since most North Carolina tribes are not recognized by the federal government, there are no accurate records of exactly how many indigenous women have been murdered or have gone missing. No one can really pinpoint why.

Anyone who investigates in the community, it's very dangerous for them to do so. When a crime is reported, victims are often misclassified as black, white or Hispanic. Jacobs says she believes that when a victim is identified as native, law enforcement tends to move slowly and prosecutions are rare.

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Smith contended closing the gender wage gap would help. Paid sick and family leave programs can also help more women return to the workforce, because women are more likely to stay home with sick children or other family members. Smith pointed out access to high-quality and affordable child care, and more flexibility in work hours, would also allow women to work and maintain family commitments. References: Economic drivers report Wyo. Women's Foundation June Self-sufficiency report Univ.

The report, from the Institute for Women's Policy Research, reveals both progress and barriers that were present before the recession. Elyse Shaw, study director for the Institute and co-author of the report, noted New York's ranking for is the same as She acknowledged the state has been more proactive with policies, like family medical leave, that further women's equity in the labor force.

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But she contended there are more areas that require work. The data ranked New York in the top 10 among states for median income, gender wage gap, and women in managerial and professional positions, but the state dropped to 23rd for its of women in the workforce, which Shaw attributes to high childcare costs.

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Shaw predicted there will be fewer spots available at childcare centers, since many shut down during the pandemic. The study suggested creating a national childcare system to help women and their families recover from the recession. Other recommendations in the report include providing income support and short- and long-term investments in safety-net programs - such as unemployment insurance and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAPto help more families as they pull out of the pandemic.

If you would like to help support news in the public interest. State Dept. Nearly recipients were surveyed across eight counties, and the report says many didn't know about or take advantage of policy changes that would have expanded their benefits.

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According to Barnes, most women learned about the changes through social media, family and friends, rather than from state agencies. She believes increasing public awareness about these programs can boost participation. Only one-third of those surveyed were aware they could use their SNAP benefits to shop for food online. Adobe Stock Social Issues. Senate ….

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Phone: Wednesday, August 11, PNS National Newscast? Social Issues Women's News. Your browser does not support audio. Katina Locklear pictured of Robeson County, N. The case remains unsolved. Jane Jacobs.

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Adobe Stock. The Institute for Women's Policy Research ranked New York 8th among states in for the of women entering managerial and professional occupations. WIC provides breastfeeding support, nutritious food, information on healthy eating and referrals to health care for pregnant women and those with young children. Nappy Studio. Monday, April 27, Monday, July 12, Monday, July 5, Wednesday, June 9, Economic drivers report Wyo.

RALEIGH, NC -- Barriers to accessing a federal nutrition program for moms and babies persist in North Carolina, but new research shows loosening the rules during the pandemic improved participants' experience. The U. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported thatjobs were lost in December, and all those jobs were held by women.

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A majority of women are breadwinners in their families. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources recently estimated a majority of the state's waterways are "impaired" in terms of water quality.

Voting districts, which are being redrawn this year using the censusmust have nearly equal populations and cannot be discriminatory based on race.

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Paleo-Indian-period American Indians are nomadic and hunt large animals for food.