The North Carolina NDWA-We Dream in Black Chapter organizes domestic workers throughout the state for better wages and improved working conditions. We also play a lead role in local coalitions to win rights, recognition and safety for all low-wage workers.
As part of the We Dream in Black (WeDiB) program, the North Carolina chapter is a space specifically for Black domestic workers to build community and deepen skills to lead locally, in our national domestic worker movement, and in broader efforts to win a more just economy and democracy.
Join us to be a part of a powerful and growing statewide movement!
Are you a Black nanny, caregiver, or housecleaner in North Carolina who believes you deserve dignity and respect on the job? Join our community!