Join Domestic Workers and Farmworkers in Saying #TIMESUP on Sexual Assault and Harassment
There are millions of farmworkers, nannies, housecleaners, and home care workers who make it possible for us to put food on the table and go to work knowing that our homes and families are in good hands.
Working in the shadows of the economy, farmworkers and domestic workers have suffered abuses with very little legal recourse or basic protections for generations.
#TIMESUP on the legacy of abuse.
Women — and all people — need to be safe at work, whether they are working on a movie set, in the home, or in the fields. This means that we must feel safe speaking about sexual harassment and assault and be supported, financially or otherwise, after we do so. We need new workplace laws that protect all of us. We need political power.
Will you join the National Domestic Workers Alliance and the National Farmworker Women's Alliance in standing against sexual assault and harassment?
Add your name:
We’re taking action to stop harassment in the workplace for all domestic workers. We're working with employers, lawmakers, and advocates all over the country to:
Close legal loopholes so that workplace harassment and abuse is illegal in every workplace – no exceptions.
Make it simple and safe for domestic workers to report abuse and file complaints.
Provide culturally appropriate resources and funding for domestic workers who make complaints.
Educate employers – change starts at home (and with all of us). If you employ a domestic worker, let her know her rights. Ask her if she feels safe and respected. Listen to her. Believe her.