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May 10, 2011
Carbone & Cahn on "The Opt-in Movement"
June Carbone and Naomi Cahn recently wrote a piece featured on Huffington on "the 'opt-in movement,' in which "many mothers are willing to give up income if that means taking control of their schedules, and, perhaps most important, doing meaningful, challenging work in their chosen professions rather than what they see as the less interesting work of the often-stigmatized 'mommy track.'"
Read it here in its entirety.
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