Black immigrants and their significance to domestic work
Black immigrants and their significance to domestic work

Learn about the contributions of Black domestic workers who faced exploitation and vulnerability due to their immigration status, yet were able to amplify their voices for a more inclusive and equitable future.

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If you are a nanny, home care worker, or house cleaner, you can become a member of NDWA!

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Domestic work makes all other work possible.

The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) works for the respect, recognition, and rights for more than 2.2 million nannies, housecleaners, and home care workers who do the essential work of caring for our loved ones and our homes.

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Ways to Take Action
Child Care

Tell Congress to support the Child Tax Credit expansion

National Campaign

We need to ask Congress ASAP to get the Child Tax Credit expansion across the finish line before the end of January so families can start accessing the tax credit THIS tax season!

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Get Sample Contracts for Domestic Workers

Department of Labor

Use the Department of Labor sample agreements to create fair contracts for nannies, home care workers, and housecleaners.

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Child Care

Tell Congress: Fix the Childcare Crisis

National Campaign

Tell your elected officials to prioritize and invest in child care as they debate emergency funding and annual spending bills.

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