Webinar: Honoring Families; Loving Our Neighbors: A Common Ground Proposal on Paid Family Leave


Is there a common ground path to paid family leave in the United States?

The U.S. remains one of the world's few nations without paid leave for all. Partisan approaches to enacting paid leave have, so far, yielded little success in changing this fact.

The Center for Public Justice believes that families are worth the search for common ground. CPJ's Families Valued program recently convened a diverse leadership council to develop a consensus proposal for paid leave that reaches past traditional categories of right and left.

Join CPJ on April 5, noon-1pm ET to hear leadership council members Khadija Garrison Adams, Judy Wu Dominick, and Rev. Amy Ziettlow share their stories and ideas.

Register here