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The Double Shift

Katherine Goldstein, Rhaina Cohen

Big ideas + solutions to challenge the status quo of work and care. Find community around motherhood, equal partnership, and building a world that cares.


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Latest Issues

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Long Live the Teenage Babysitter

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Long Live the Teenage Babysitter

Listen now | I’ve been thinking a lot about a recent Atlantic article written by Faith Hill, dramatically titled, “Don’t Tell America The Babysitter’s Dead.” In it, she explains that non-adult babysitters are disappearing due to a combinati...

a month ago

Real Talk: How’s Your Mental Health?

We are now past the most acute phase of the pandemic, and 4+ years out, I feel like I’m hearing too little about adult mental health.

a month ago

The Beauty of Planting Community Seeds in Tough Times

Photo by Joshua Lee on Unsplash

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The writers behind this newsletter.

  • Katherine Goldstein

    Journalist, Fellow at the Better life Lab at New America. Mom of 3, including pandemic twins, based in Durham, NC. Creator of The Double Shift.

  • Rhaina Cohen

    I'm the author of the national bestseller, THE OTHER SIGNIFICANT OTHERS: Reimagining Life with Friendship at the Center. I write about the social sciences and social connection.

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