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In Newsweek, Josh fact checks an offensive speech at the Oscars that was based on lies about Jewish people and Israel.

Josh explains the significance of new research about how paternity leave affects dads’ brains.

Josh explains that job sharing options are important for dads and the cause of gender equality.

In casting roles that are members of minority groups, Hollywood has been seeking out actors who are parts of those same groups — except when it comes to Jewish people. Josh explains why it matters that Oppenheimer is the latest film to have major Jewish roles played by non-Jews, and why the issue goes far beyond portrayals.

‘It’s crucial to recognize that paid parental leave is not just a ‘women’s issue.’ It’s an issue for all parents and for everyone who understands the importance of including men and fathers in caregiving,’ Levs said.

Levs… said CNN has strayed from founder Ted Turner’s ideals to focus on facts and hard news in an effort to chase ratings and profits. Licht was no panacea, he said, given his focus on personalities and providing Trump an open platform.

Josh explains how the first ever U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism deals an important blow to bigots who call their anti-Jewish hatred “anti-Zionism.”

Josh calls out CNN for giving Trump a live “town hall” broadcast.  “Any person who is a proven liar should never be put on live. I don’t care who they are or what title they have. This concept of trying to cleave to the middle is useless if you are going to platform liars.”

Josh Levs explains how the new split Congress could finally deliver on paid family leave.

“Wanna know the secret to success?!!! It’s called ‘cups and ice’… Here’s how Josh Levs turned it into the secret sauce of his success.” (Read the LinkedIn post from host Andrea Koppel)

Research that Josh Levs conducted for his book, “All In,” indicates that most Black fathers live with their children.

Paid parental leave is hugely popular across political lines, yet getting virtually no attention in the election. Josh Levs explains why — and explores how a national policy would help families and the entire economy.

Josh explains why Adidas’ severing ties Ye (Kanye) was such an important test case — and why its delay damaged efforts to fight antisemitism.

Josh explains that the GOP is turning a blind eye to its dangerous antisemitism. Certain Democrats, meanwhile, are engaging in performative allyship while fueling antisemitic hatred themselves.

Josh provides a big reality check. Some businesses have reduced parental leave since 2020, when numbers shot up early in the pandemic — but, fortunately, the drop is not as drastic as a recent report suggested. Still, any drop is bad for businesses, families and society.

In a column, Josh explains why a sportscaster’s criticism of a Mets player for taking paternity leave speaks to a problem that was exacerbated by the pandemic.

LinkedIn features Josh’s post on gender equality and abortion rights

The video for paid family leave features several notable figures, including Josh Levs

Josh discusses the stresses and struggles of dads, the need for equality in caregiving, and the importance of addressing mental health.

Columnist cites Josh Levs’ work in a column on Herschel Walker’s lies about Black dads.

A Citizen Times column cites Josh Levs’ research in discussing the need to hold politicians and candidates accountable regarding misinformation.

This International Women’s Day, here are two big ways men — including investors — can boost gender equality, Josh writes for Nasdaq.

The FT recommends Josh’s column on how businesses can change their cultures to make paid leave work.

Host Christopher Veal talks with Josh about stereotypes of fathers, learning to lean into vulnerability, shifting the narrative of what it means to be a ‘man,’ male body image and ‘bigorexia,’ and more.