POLITICS
10/01/2014 11:08 am ET Updated Oct 01, 2014

America's Most Invisible Workforce Is The One We Need The Most

ASSOCIATED PRESS

I started organizing domestic workers 16 years ago. I signed up nannies, housekeepers and home health aides at parks and train stations as they quietly took care of our children, our households and our elders. Many of them had no clue about labor laws or their rights as workers – they struggled to make ends meet with extremely low pay and no benefits – but they performed their jobs with dedication and took care of our loved ones with pride, dignity and grace.

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