Last week, we were heartened to have more than 800 of you join together for our live webinars to hear from teachers and nurses, and to discuss how to talk to kids about COVID-19.

We are working around the clock to make sure that our government gives women, health care professionals, and all working people the protections they need. At the same time, we want to create ways for you to connect with others and share critical resources for taking care of yourself, your loved ones, and those in your community.

That’s why we’re hosting two additional webinars on Wednesday and Thursday that we hope you’ll join. Click on the links below to learn more and RSVP.

Caring for Our Elders
Wednesday, March 25
8pm ET/5pm PT

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This webinar will discuss how to support elders in your lives during COVID-19.

Educating Your Kids at Home
Thursday, March 26
8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT

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This webinar will discuss transitioning to homeschooling in a time of crisis.

Millions of women and femmes around the country suddenly had to start homeschooling their children and caring for elders, while juggling work and all of their other responsibilities. This labor is not to be minimized, and we must all be supporting each other in this moment.

On Wednesday, Women’s March will join Caring Across Generations and ZAMI NOBLA: National Organization Of Black Lesbians on Aging to talk about how to be a strong advocate for elders in your community and share tools for working through anxiety and fear around coronavirus.

On Thursday, we’ll hear from veteran home educators to help our members navigate the transition to educating at home, in whatever form that takes for your family. This live webinar will offer advice, recommendations, and reassurance on the wide variety of ways you can support and structure your kids’ home learning in this stressful time.

Stay tuned for more ways to connect with this movement and how you can help fight for the bottom-up bailout we need.

We’re in this together.

Kate Shapiro

P.S. If you missed our webinars last week, click here to watch the recordings on our YouTube channel.

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