Hear, hear. We don’t mince words, and we’re not at a loss for them either.
Celebrating a Decade of Paid Sick Days Progress, Resolving to Pass a National Policy
These legislative victories are proof the paid sick days movement is gaining significant traction and that the tipping point for a national policy is soon near. Yet even as we celebrate a decade of tremendous progress, today more than 34 million private sector workers cannot earn a single paid sick day.
Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Would Help Provide Dignity, Respect and Workplace Protections to Millions
Domestic workers are undervalued, underpaid and, largely because of institutional racism and sexism, are unprotected by our nation's most basic federal employment laws. Members of Congress now have an opportunity to begin to correct past injustices by supporting and passing the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights.
The EACH Woman Act Matters for Women of Color
Since 1976, the Hyde Amendment has withheld federal funds for abortion care for women enrolled in Medicaid and other health insurance through the federal government except in cases of rape, incest or life endangerment. This pushes abortion care out of reach of millions of women, particularly women of color.