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Thank you for registering fo r the Institute for Research on Poverty webinar\, IRP Book Talk: A Conversation With Jessica Calarco\, Author Of Hol ding It Together: How Women Became America's Safety Net\, with Jessica Calarco\, and Alia Wong.

< p class=MsoNormal>If you are unable to watch live\, a recording will be ma de available after the completion of the webinar on the IRP YouTube Chan nel and by email following the event.

When: July 18\, 2 024\, 1:00–\;2:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Topic: IRP Book Talk: A Conversation With Jessica Calarco\, Author Of Holding It Together: How Women Became America's Safety Net

Description In her new book\, Holding It Together: How Women Became A merica’\;s Safety Net\, sociologist Jessica Calarco argues that instead of investing in a robust safet y net of government programs and supports\, the United States relies on th e unpaid and undervalued of women to hold together families\, communities\ , and society as a whole. Calarco draws on \ ;over 400 hours of interviews with families across the socioeconomic\, rac ial\, and political spectrums\, along with original surveys of more than 4 \,000 U.S. parents to paint a picture of the precarity that threatens to u pend families as they struggle to make ends meet.  \;

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In this webinar\, education journalist Alia Wong joins Calarco to explore the many challenges th at parents—\;and in particular women—\; face each day\, and what policy and practice solutions have the potential to lighten the load.

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Jessica < span class=SpellE>Calarco\, Associate Professor\, Department of Sociology\, University of Wisconsin–\;Madison

Alia Wong\, Education Collaborations Editor\, The Associated Press

Please click the link to join the webinar: https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/91554661238

Webinar ID: 915 5466 1238

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