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Miami Workers Center
Our vision is to create a progressive environment in South FL that allows for the full growth & development of communities of color.
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Miami Workers Center May 22
Support, elect, invest, defend, and believe in Black Women. Here Comes the Boom!: ​An Assembly for Black Women and Girls is happening June 22-23! Donate and register today @
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Miami Workers Center May 18
White House Moves To Ban Federal Funds For Clinics That Refer Women For Abortions
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Miami Workers Center May 15
“Varnam recalls witnessing one particularly disturbing incident with a client where an obstetrician entered a labor and delivery room wearing street clothes:...
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Miami Workers Center May 13
“In fact, only 0.41 percent of residences are in the price range of a local restaurant worker. Though food-service workers make a fairly normal median income compared to the rest of the nation ($22,490), Trulia reports that Miami's median listing...
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Miami Workers Center May 12
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Miami Workers Center May 11
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Miami Workers Center May 11
"Barrett’s case is far from unique. The women who tend our children, clean our houses and pick our crops are largely without genuine legal protection from sexual assault and harassment. But...
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Miami Workers Center May 7
May is Mental Health Awareness Month... come out to Femme Saturdays this Saturday (5/12) for a dynamic discussion about mental health stigmas in communities of color and how we overcome. Led by Anika Starr,...
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Miami Workers Center May 5
The presents, Here Comes the Boom: An Assembly for Black women and Girls, a conference committed to developing the leadership and political power of Black women and girls. On June 22-23, 2018,...
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Miami Workers Center May 1
A film series amplifying the voices of . One Travelogues premieres TODAY (MAY 1ST) on .
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Miami Workers Center May 1
Celebrate International Workers Day by watching the first episode of the CareforceOne Travelogues, a doc series about how care intersects with some of today's most pressing issues — immigration, the legacies of slavery, racial discrimination, and...
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Miami Workers Center Apr 28
“Devastated over the 2012 death of Trayvon Martin, June Barrett, a domestic worker and organizer with the Miami Workers Center transformed her heartbreak into activism. She began to organize...
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Miami Workers Center Apr 26
"The victims of the Rana Plaza building collapse were exposed to subhuman working conditions and exploited by the corporations that did business there, including Walmart,...
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Miami Workers Center Apr 26
“Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson wants...
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Alencia Johnson Apr 13
My sis had a violent, horrible experience yesterday at LGA. To be clear, “disorderly conduct" is a legal euphemism for the "angry black woman" stereotype. It is the dubious charge they threw at us & plenty of other Black women when we dare exercise our humanity.
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Tamika D. Mallory Apr 15
STOP CALLING THE POLICE ON BLACK PEOPLE! This is not a damn sport! We could DIE!
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Miami Workers Center Apr 18
A 2015 study from NYC's Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) found that on average products for womyn cost 7 percent more than comparable products for men and boys; 7...
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Miami Workers Center Apr 17
"As of December, Miami-Dade county’s affordable housing fund has collected just $5.7 million since its creation about a decade ago, according to the Miami...
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Miami Workers Center Apr 16
Miami Worker Center members who have been affected by gun violence joined the Liberty City vigil this weekend. The reduction of violence is a community effort. We believe in the community and their power to decrease violence in Liberty City.
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Miami Workers Center Apr 14
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