On September 10, child care workers knocked on doors and called voters to make sure candidates up and down the ballot are elected to ensure a better future for working families.
Nearly 300 child care providers and their supporters from across the country travelled to Richmond, VA late last week to join thousands of underpaid working people at the Fight for $15 convention.
On April 14th, child care providers stood with fast-food, home care, and other underpaid working people to demand $15/hour and union rights. In 20 cities, more than 1,000 leaders and activists in the Child Care Fight for $15 movement led marches, lobbied lawmakers, and held walk-a-days, panel discussions and press conferences. It was our biggest […]