The North Carolina Justice Center-led NC Families Care Coalition, in partnership with the national Paid Leave for All campaign, hosted a month-long exhibit at Artspace in downtown Raleigh. #FMLA30 commemorates 30 years of the Family Medical Leave Act. The exhibit features six large-format works by Raleigh artist Tim Lytvinenko centering North Carolinians who have needed time away from work to care for an aging or sick parent, welcome a newborn baby, or recover from their own serious illness. Each work is accompanied by a scannable QR code allowing viewers to listen to the subject’s personal story.
We are now excited to announce the online, virtual exhibit of #FMLA30. Engage and listen to the storytellers as they detail their experiences of the necessity and need for the Family Medical Leave Act.
#FMLA30 Virtual Exhibit:
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