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NYC Care Campaign: Mayoral Interview with Maya Wiley

NYC Care Campaign: Mayoral Interview with Maya Wiley

April 25, 2021, 6:30pm - April 25, 2021, 7:15pm

Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network45 Broadway, Suite 320New York, NY10006 Map

The NYC Care Campaign is kicking off our first mayoral interview this weekend! Join the NYC Care Campaign members on Sunday, April 25th from 6:30pm to 7:15pm EST for an intimate interview with Maya Wiley, mayoral candidate for NYC.

Domestic workers continue to be relegated from major protections including a concrete government plan to address human trafficking that impacts foreign domestic workers, ensuring human rights protections in the workplace, and providing support for the care sector and immigrant workers during the pandemic. Access to care also continues to be an issue for working families, older adults, and people with disabilities. While NYPD's budget continues to increase each year, other vital sectors like the care sector are defunded. The new NYC Mayor must do everything possible to end the care crisis.

We hope to see you on Zoom this Sunday to listen to Maya Wiley's plan for NYC!

Register here:
actionnetwork.org/events/sunday-maya-wiley-mayoral-interview-nyc-care-campaign?source=direct_link&
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UWS  NYC Council  Candidate Forum (District 6)

UWS NYC Council Candidate Forum (District 6)

April 28, 2021, 8:00pm - April 28, 2021, 9:30pm

*Habra interpretación simultánea al Español en el foro de candidatos.

Join the NYC Care Campaign members on Wednesday, April 28th from 8:00pm to 9:30pm for a District 6 NYC Council Candidate Forum (Upper West Side). We're excited to hear from the candidates their ideas to transform the domestic work & care sector to one that works for everyone: workers, parents, family caregivers, older adults and people with disabilities.

Our main issues are:
Government investment in the domestic and care sector to create good quality jobs and make care accessible to all New Yorkers, so parents, older adults and people with disabilities have the care and support they need at home
Advancing equality by passing anti-discriminatory and labor laws to protect low-wage workers, in particular immigrant Black, Indigenous and women of color (BIWOC).

The NYC Care Campaign is a growing coalition of domestic workers, employers, parents, families, caregivers, older adults, and people with disabilities working together to transform New York City’s care economy to one that is just, equitable and sustainable for all. The campaign is led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar, Carroll Gardens Association. Some of the endorser organizations are Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Innovative Youth Care, among other local groups.
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D14 City Council Forum!

D14 City Council Forum!

April 20, 2021, 7:30pm - April 20, 2021, 9:30pm

Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network45 Broadway, Suite 320New York, NY10006 Map

*Habra interpretación al Español en el forum.*
*Register for the Zoom link at tinyurl.com/carefor14
On Tuesday, April 20th from 7:30pm to 9:30pm EST join NYC Care Campaign members and the Bronx District 14 - Morris Heights, University Heights, Fordham, Kingsbridge community, for District 14 NYC Council Candidate forum to hear from the candidates about investing in domestic and care work, and legislative priorities to advance workers rights.

Our main issues are:
- Government investment in the domestic and care sector to create good quality jobs and make care accessible to all New Yorkers, so parents, older adults, and people with disabilities have the care and support they need at home
- Advancing equality by passing anti-discriminatory and labor laws to protect low-wage workers, in particular immigrant Black, Indigenous, and women of color (BIWOC).
The NYC Care Campaign is a growing coalition of domestic workers, employers, parents, families, caregivers, older adults, and people with disabilities working together to transform New York City’s care economy into one that is just, equitable and sustainable for all. The campaign is led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar, Carroll Gardens Association. Some of the endorser organizations are Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Innovative Youth Care, among other local groups
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District 8 NYC Council Candidate Interviews

District 8 NYC Council Candidate Interviews

April 19, 2021, 8:30pm - April 19, 2021, 9:30pm

*Habra interpretación al Español en la reunión de candidatas.

Join the NYC Care Campaign members on Monday, April 19th from 8:30pm to 9:30pm for a District 8 (El Barrio/East Harlem, Mott Haven, Highbridge, Concourse, Longwood, Port Morris​). NYC Council Candidate Forum. We're excited to hear from the candidates their ideas to transform the domestic work & care sector to one that works for everyone: workers, parents, family caregivers, older adults and people with disabilities.

Our main issues are:
Government investment in the domestic and care sector to create good quality jobs and make care accessible to all New Yorkers, so parents, older adults and people with disabilities have the care and support they need at home
Advancing equality by passing anti-discriminatory and labor laws to protect low-wage workers, in particular immigrant Black, Indigenous and women of color (BIWOC).

The NYC Care Campaign is a growing coalition of domestic workers, employers, parents, families, caregivers, older adults, and people with disabilities working together to transform New York City’s care economy to one that is just, equitable and sustainable for all. The campaign is led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar, Carroll Gardens Association. Some of the endorser organizations are Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Innovative Youth Care, among other local groups.
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NYC District 38 Candidate Forum

NYC District 38 Candidate Forum

April 17, 2021, 6:00pm - April 17, 2021, 8:00pm

*There'll be simultaneous interpretation to English (Scroll down for English)

Este sábado, 17 de abril de 6pm a las 7:30pm trabajadoras inmigrantes del hogar, empleadoras, y vecinos (as) de Sunset Park, Red Hook, Greenwood Heights y partes de Borough Park, Dyker Heights y Windsor Terrace harán preguntas a los (as) candidatos (as) para el Distrito 38 del Concejo de la Ciudad. Las preguntas se basaran sobre las demandas de nuestra campaña para el cuidado sobre transformar el trabajo del hogar y el sector del cuidado a uno que funcione para todes: trabajadoras, padres y madres de familia, cuidadores de familiares, personas mayores y personas con discapacidad.

Join the NYC Care Campaign members on Saturday, April 17th from 3600pm to 7:30pm for a District 35 NYC Council Candidate Forum. We're excited to hear from the candidates their ideas to transform the domestic work & care sector to one that works for everyone: workers, parents, family caregivers, older adults and people with disabilities.

Our main issues are:
Government investment in the domestic and care sector to create good quality jobs and make care accessible to all New Yorkers, so parents, older adults and people with disabilities have the care and support they need at home
Advancing equality by passing anti-discriminatory and labor laws to protect low-wage workers, in particular immigrant Black, Indigenous and women of color (BIWOC).

The NYC Care Campaign is a growing coalition of domestic workers, employers, parents, families, caregivers, older adults, and people with disabilities working together to transform New York City’s care economy to one that is just, equitable and sustainable for all. The campaign is led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar, Carroll Gardens Association. Some of the endorser organizations are Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Innovative Youth Care, among other local groups.
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Non-Toxic Cleaning for House Cleaner Employers

Non-Toxic Cleaning for House Cleaner Employers

April 12, 2021, 8:00pm

https://actionnetwork.org/events/non-toxic-cleaning-for-house-cleaner-employers

***RSVP: actionnetwork.org/events/non-toxic-cleaning-for-house-cleaner-employers

Do you ever wonder how cleaning products may affect the health of your family or the health of your employee, who is exposed to them daily? Do you want to make the transition to safer, non-toxic cleaning products but have not tried either because you've not known where to locate safer, affordable cleaning products or you have not known how to approach the topic with your family or employee?

Join Hand in Hand and Women's Voices for the Earth for a webinar to learn the basics of the human costs of using toxic cleaning products in your home, find safer alternatives and navigate the conversation between worker and employer to make the transition to non-toxic cleaning products in a way that makes both parties feel respected and heard.
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D35 City Council Forum!

D35 City Council Forum!

April 10, 2021, 3:00pm - April 10, 2021, 4:30pm

Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network45 Broadway, Suite 320New York, NY10006 Map

*Habra interpretación al Español en el forum.*
*Register for the Zoom link at tinyurl.com/nyccare35.
On Saturday, April 10th from 3:00pm to 4:30pm EST join NYC Care Campaign members and the Brooklyn 35 committee (Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, Bed Stuy), for District 35 NYC Council Candidate forum to hear from the candidates about investing in domestic and care work, and legislative priorities to advance workers rights.
Our main issues are:
- Government investment in the domestic and care sector to create good quality jobs and make care accessible to all New Yorkers, so parents, older adults, and people with disabilities have the care and support they need at home
- Advancing equality by passing anti-discriminatory and labor laws to protect low-wage workers, in particular immigrant Black, Indigenous, and women of color (BIWOC).
The NYC Care Campaign is a growing coalition of domestic workers, employers, parents, families, caregivers, older adults, and people with disabilities working together to transform New York City’s care economy into one that is just, equitable and sustainable for all. The campaign is led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar, Carroll Gardens Association. Some of the endorser organizations are Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Innovative Youth Care, among other local groups
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D39 City Council Candidates Continued!

D39 City Council Candidates Continued!

March 29, 2021, 6:00pm

*Habra interpretación al Español en el forum.*
*Register for the Zoom link at tinyurl.com/nyccarefor39*
On Monday, March 29th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm join NYC Care Campaign members and the Brooklyn District 39 - Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Columbia Waterfront, Gowanus, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Borough Park, Kensington, community, for District 39 NYC Council Candidate Interviews to hear from the candidates about investing in domestic and care work, and legislative priorities to advance workers rights. This will be our second event after we interviewd four candidates last Monday March 23rd.

Our main issues are:
- Government investment in the domestic and care sector to create good quality jobs and make care accessible to all New Yorkers, so parents, older adults, and people with disabilities have the care and support they need at home
- Advancing equality by passing anti-discriminatory and labor laws to protect low-wage workers, in particular immigrant Black, Indigenous, and women of color (BIWOC).
The NYC Care Campaign is a growing coalition of domestic workers, employers, parents, families, caregivers, older adults, and people with disabilities working together to transform New York City’s care economy into one that is just, equitable and sustainable for all. The campaign is led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar, Carroll Gardens Association. Some of the endorser organizations are Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Innovative Youth Care, among other local groups
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D29 City Council Candidate Forum

D29 City Council Candidate Forum

March 22, 2021, 7:30pm - March 22, 2021, 9:30pm

Queens N.Y.C

*Habra interpretación al Español en el forum.

On Monday, March 22nd from 7:30pm to 9:30pm join NYC Care Campaign members and the Queens District 29 - Forest Hills, Kew Gardens, Rego Park, and Richmond Hill community, for a District 29 NYC Council Candidate Forum to hear from the candidates regarding investing in domestic and care work, and legislative priorities to advance workers rights and equality for all.

Our main issues are:
- Government investment in the domestic and care sector to create good quality jobs and make care accessible to all New Yorkers, so parents, older adults and people with disabilities have the care and support they need at home
- Advancing equality by passing anti-discriminatory and labor laws to protect low-wage workers, in particular immigrant Black, Indigenous and women of color (BIWOC).

The NYC Care Campaign is a growing coalition of domestic workers, employers, parents, families, caregivers, older adults, and people with disabilities working together to transform New York City’s care economy to one that is just, equitable and sustainable for all. The campaign is led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar, Carroll Gardens Association. Some of the endorser organizations are Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Innovative Youth Care, among other local groups.
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D39 City Council Candidate Interviews

D39 City Council Candidate Interviews

March 22, 2021, 6:00pm - March 22, 2021, 9:00pm

tinyurl.com/carefor39 Map

*Habra interpretación al Español en el forum.*
*Register for the Zoom link at tinyurl.com/carefor39*
On Monday, March 22nd from 6:00pm to 9:00pm join NYC Care Campaign members and the Brooklyn District 39 - Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Columbia Waterfront, Gowanus, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Borough Park, Kensington, community, for a District 39 NYC Council Candidate Interviews to hear from the candidates about investing in domestic and care work, and legislative priorities to advance workers rights.

Our main issues are:
- Government investment in the domestic and care sector to create good quality jobs and make care accessible to all New Yorkers, so parents, older adults, and people with disabilities have the care and support they need at home
- Advancing equality by passing anti-discriminatory and labor laws to protect low-wage workers, in particular immigrant Black, Indigenous, and women of color (BIWOC).
The NYC Care Campaign is a growing coalition of domestic workers, employers, parents, families, caregivers, older adults, and people with disabilities working together to transform New York City’s care economy into one that is just, equitable and sustainable for all. The campaign is led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Adhikaar, Carroll Gardens Association. Some of the endorser organizations are Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Innovative Youth Care, among other local groups
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Virtual Roundtable for Employers of Domestic Workers

Virtual Roundtable for Employers of Domestic Workers

March 2, 2021, 8:00pm - March 2, 2021, 9:00pm

tinyurl.com/psslemployerroundtable

Join Commissioner Lorelei Salas for a conversation about the new amendments to NYC’s Paid Safe and Sick Leave Law, what they mean for employers, and when they take effect.
- Understand your responsibilities.
- Get resources.
- Ask questions

Únase a la Comisionada Lorelei Salas a una conversación sobre las nuevas enmiendas de la Ley de Pago por Ausencia Laboral debido a Seguridad y Enfermedad, lo que éstas significan para los empleadores, y cuándo entran en vigencia.
- Entienda sus responsabilidades.
- Obtenga recursos.
- Haga preguntas.
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CA Member Meeting- Vaccines: Domestic Workers & Employers

CA Member Meeting- Vaccines: Domestic Workers & Employers

February 26, 2021, 12:00pm - February 26, 2021, 1:00pm

https://actionnetwork.org/events/1b01366a0e6c9d9a7e94458754763f39?source=direct_link&& Map

Join us for our CA monthly member meeting! At this meeting we will learn together about how the issue of vaccination affects our communities and some of the important history of the relationships between race and healthcare that shapes today’s experience and who gets access to the vaccine, who doesn't, and what we can do help ensure that those who most need it, get it first. We will also share Hand in Hand’s new vaccine guidelines to help domestic employers support their employees access the vaccine. We'll of course take some time to connect with one another and get updated on our campaign work.

12pm-1pm Pacific Time
Register and request accommodations in link provided.
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