Dorothy Bolden Fellow / We Dream in Black Organizing Director
Allison Julien is a third generation domestic worker who migrated from Barbados in the early 1990’s and worked as a nanny in New York City for over 25 years. She worked 10-12 hour days with no breaks, without being paid for overtime and faced scrutiny from her employers for being sick. She has been organizing domestic workers for over a decade. She was a leader in the successful campaign to pass the New York State Domestic Workers Bill of Rights in 2010 and was a founding member of the National Domestic Workers Alliance in 2007. As a Dorothy Bolden Fellow, Allison launched the We Dream in Black – New York initiative in NDWA. She currently serves as the We Dream in Black Organizing Director.
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