Column: Women are society’s invisible infrastructure, but they’re often underpaid and undervalued

Infrastructure is important for everyone. We need a strong public system for roads and transportation, for drinking water, for energy. And when that system is neglected, we all bear the burden as a society. The nation’s caregiving infrastructure is heavily reliant on women — and not just because women often play the role of “mother.” … Continue reading Column: Women are society’s invisible infrastructure, but they’re often underpaid and undervalued