When life collides with work, too often pregnant women are left on their own to navigate the ins and outs of employment, seeking employment, asking for adjustments in employment, or - as some whispers indicate - facing termination of employment. While we hope to put an end to the discrimination of pregnant people in the... Continue Reading →
Our responsibility, as a professional, inclusive artistic community, is to assess what must change within institutions and policy in order to create a culture where parent artists may interview, work, and produce without self-erasure or fear.
by Rachel Spencer Hewitt PAAL Founder Rarely do the arts boast a surplus of resources, and in today's political climate, "the arts" as a social contribution holds little of its deserved value on the economic or cultural scale. Yet, in spite of these obstacles, many artists with added responsibilities, namely parents, crave contributing their gifts and... Continue Reading →