Equimundo in the Press: July 2016

Equimundo in the Press

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Welcome to “Equimundo in the Press,” a monthly recap of media that mentions Equimundo’s work. We know that in order to create a truly equal, nonviolent world in which men and boys are allies in the fight for gender justice, we need to spread the word. Here are the top 10 featured articles from July:

  1. In the New York Times, DADvocacy Consulting Group and Reel Fathers founder Allan Shedlin cites Equimundo’s State of America’s Fathers report in a letter to the editor, “Fathers as Caregivers,” then responds to readers’ comments on the role of fathers in parenting.
  2. In New America, Equimundo’s Alexa Hassink asks “Well, Are Millennial Men Feminist or Not?”
  3. In the Washington Monthly, Gary Barker of Equimundo makes the case for paid paternity leave in “Why Dads Should Demand Paid Leave.”
  4. In Forbes, Fatherly co-founders share information from State of America’s Fathers in an interview for And/And podcast.
  5. In Open Democracy, Lana Khattab of International Alert links to Equimundo’s work in Lebanon in “Why Most Syrian Men Are Not Joining ISIS.”
  6. In an episode of The Matt Townsend Show on BYU Radio, Gayle Kaufman of Davidson College discusses paid parental leave and the changing role of fathers.
  7. Progress Illinois covers Equimundo’s report in “New Research Explores The ‘State Of America’s Fathers.'”
  8. In The Good Men Project, Dominick Shattuck of the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University cites Equimundo’s work in “Hey Dads, How About That Birds & the Bees Talk?”
  9. Itad’s blog titled “Measuring social norm change: where do we go from here?” calls Equimundo’s researchers “social norm measurement aficionados.”
  10. The Daily Hampshire Gazette covers the formation of MERGE for Equality, including its partnership with MenCare.
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