Domestic Workers at the Women's March
On Saturday January 21st, more than 100 domestic workers from all over the country marched with millions of women all over the world to up stand up to fear and hate, and create a future that cares for us all.
We marched for a fair and just democracy and an economy that works for everyone. We know this new administration is a threat to care — to those we care for and to the care work we do. We will not let the President roll back the gains we’ve won for workforce and our families. We will not rest until our lives, our work, and our families are recognized and respected. The Women’s March was just the beginning of our powerful opposition movement.
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From the New York Times to the Guardian, we shared the our stories and the power of our organizing with the world! Click on the links below to read some of the coverage.
Press from the March:
- The New Yorker, New York City's Domestic Workers United Against Trump
- The New York Times, Immigrant Women on the March
- ELLE Magazine, Don't Call the Women's March Messy
- Truthout, Sustaining the Momentum of the Women's March: Where Do We Go From Here
- The Guardian, Millions Have Done Something Together. Why the Women's March Will Spark the Resistance
- Buzzfeed, Here's What the Women's March Organizers Want to Happen Next
- CNN, Women's March Next Steps