The world needs a feminist recovery plan
“As women, we know that the working day for capital does not necessarily produce a paycheck,” – Khara Jabola-Carolus, the executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women talks about being behind the first explicitly feminist economic recovery plan in the country. What happened to the women in COVID-19? Different genders were impacted differently during the coronavirus pandemic. And nothing in recent decades has shown the extent to which our care industry has been undervalued quite like this global pandemic. With a public health crisis pushing women to a position of disadvantage, one state in the United States of America has started looking at the economic impact of coronavirus on single working mothers thanks to Khara Jabola-Carolus.