NDWA is proud to join with the Barnard Center for Research on Women to sponsor the conference Justice in the Home: Domestic Work Past, Present, and Future.
23% of domestic workers are paid below the state minimum wage.
95% of domestic workers are women.
65% of domestic workers are immigrants or people of color.
In six years, we have grown to over 43 affiliates in 28 cities and 16 states.
In 2012 we released the first ever national report of the domestic workforce.
Big goals require big strategies.
Being a Domestic Worker is something to be proud of...
We are winning change that will transform how we value care, empower the next generation of women leaders, and strengthen communities across the country.