On Thursday, November 5, two dozen child care workers—including those in home settings, in centers and center directors—from coast to coast met for the first-ever national organizing committee meeting in Washington, DC. Workers shared their stories of struggling to make ends meet on low wages and were unified in their commitment do to whatever it […]
Today, Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), along with 22 Senate cosponsors, introduced a Senate resolution calling for affordable, accessible care for all families and a full-time living wage for all child care workers. This follows a similar House resolution from the summer, which called for high-quality child care and a strong child care workforce, including $15 […]
Check out the blog post from Child Care Fight for $15 on Maricarmen’s visit to Washington, DC to see Pope Francis. To read more about her story, visit the ‘our voices’ page.