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The Robots are Coming: How a Caring Economy Is the Best App for a Shrinking Job Market

by Riane Eisler, Huffington Post The tech and automation job-quake is finally gaining attention, with predictions that nearly half of American
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Dear Mom, Thanks for Nurturing the U.S. Economy

by Allison Stevens, Women’s eNews There’s nothing like the “fatherhood bonus” for moms. To the contrary, moms hit the “maternal wall,”

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Nursing Yesterday and Today: How the Domination Paradigm has Driven us to Tasks and the Partnership Paradigm Invites us to Excellence

Free webinar brought to us by Creative Health Care Management and featuring our friend, Teddie Potter! The long history of
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June 23: Caring Economy Europe Online Conversation

Join us for an online gathering for members of the Caring Economy Europe group and others interested in hearing news
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New Riane Eisler publication: using international law to stop violence against women

Far too little attention has been paid to systemic crimes that take the lives of many millions of women and

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Alumni Muhammad Waseem Ayaz Discusses the Cultural Transformation Course

Muhammad Waseem Ayaz, a recent graduate of Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course, is a student of Sociology at the Government

Madison Vison Series at James Madison University

Eisler’s address at James Madison University, “Re-Examining Human Nature and Re-Creating Society: Four Cornerstones for Transformation,” synthesized decades of Eisler’s