Childcare Workers Aren’t Paid Much At All, So They’re Mobilizing To Unionize

February 6, 2020

Remember this the next time you drop off your most precious assets — your kids — with a childcare worker: many of them often take home less than minimum wage for the hours they work.

It should come as no surprise then, that they want to unionize. In fact, they’ve been trying to for more than a decade.

Today, some of those childcare workers towed a red wagon filled with an estimated 10,000 signed cards in support of a union election through the streets of Sacramento.

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