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Piper Perabo Aug 19
.⁦⁩ thank you for cosponsoring the to include domestic workers in the labor protections that most Americans have. I appreciate your fight to pass laws protecting working people 🇺🇸 ⁦
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Domestic Workers 23h
Black women cared for this country for centuries while fighting for our work to be valued and we are still at it! , , and we're looking forward to Council being back in session to pass the !
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Domestic Workers 17h
Black women are a significant part of the workforce that cares for our loved ones. On Day, we recommit to fighting for their rights, dignity, and equality — by continuing to organize until the is passed.
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Domestic Workers 22h
Tools to achieve : ✨ Paid sick days ✨ Paid leave ✨ Raise the wage ✨ Affordable childcare The would help make this a reality!
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Nanny Thaty Aug 21
Fresh out of the press, by our very own leader, Angella Foster! 🤗 💞 When Parents Eavesdrop on Nannies . . .
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We Dream in Black Atlanta 21h
At our member meeting, Atlanta's We Dream In Black Chapter talks about why Black Womens Equal Pay Day
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Domestic Workers 22h
💵 Equal pay for equal work. 📈 More respect for care work. 📜 Policies that reflect these values. This is why we need a !
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Domestic Workers Aug 19
Replying to @domesticworkers
Domestic workers in Seattle organized to pass a which set up a standards board where domestic workers will sit alongside policymakers to draft a vision for a future where all work is respected.
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Domestic Workers Aug 21
Replying to @domesticworkers
But we’re fighting back. So far, 9 states and 1 city have passed laws extending labor protections to domestic workers thanks to women’s hard work and organizing across the country. And soon, we’ll have federal protections with the !
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Stacy Villalobos 18h
I'm supporting & on their new . play a critical role in our country by taking care of our loved ones, yet they have been excluded from protections and benefits. Sign on:
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Saba Karim Aug 13
I just wrote this for The Guardian - ‘It has altered me forever': trauma of child domestic workers in Pakistan ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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Her Agenda Aug 15
The Act (via ) aims to extend federal labor protections to domestic workers.
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CAPWomen 19h
"We need to push for the , , & Pregnant Workers Fairness Act...but we also need our lawmakers to value the Black women's work." Watch the panel here:
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Caring Across Gen Aug 15
Living longer can be a catastrophe... or a *good* thing. It’s up to us to choose. That’s why a is organizing - women, caregivers, ppl w disabilities, care workers - to shape the future we want. Hint: it includes + !
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Shawn Haugen Aug 17
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