Fearless — that’s what Newsweek called NDWA executive director Ai-jen Poo this month. She was featured in the magazine’s International Women’s day issue, along with Oprah Winfrey, Angelina Jolie, Hillary Clinton, and 146 other inspiring women from around the world.
A few days before the Newsweek article came out, dozens of fearless domestic workers were featured in the Washington Post for their work changing attitudes about and winning protections for today’s domestic workers.
As we mark the end of Women’s History Month, NDWA celebrates all the women who change the world, including the millions who labor as domestic workers and home care workers — the women whose work makes all other work possible.
Thank you for standing with domestic workers and home care workers across the country, not just this month, but time and time again. Your support is making a difference — for 200,000 domestic workers in California, for 1.8 million home care workers nationwide, and for domestic workers everywhere. As we reflect on all these women who change the world, we hope we can get to know you a little better. Will you take a minute to fill out this short survey?
Tell us why you believe in dignity and respect for domestic workers, why you fearlessly stand on the side of justice and love for the women whose work is so often hidden from view, and who you are honoring this Women’s History month.
Share your thoughts and help us keep making women’s history together!
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