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Child Care Workers Deserve a Raise

Child care workers across the country struggle to make ends meet. Parents need quality, affordable child care.

That's why people who care for children are coming together with parents to fight for fair pay and child care for all. We're standing together to demand more for everyone who works hard but doesn’t make enough to get by.

Watch the video to hear why we're in the Fight for $15.

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I think it's wrong that people who care for and teach kids all day as their job aren't paid enough to provide for their families. Child care workers deserve at least $15 per hour so they can care for and educate the children in our communities.

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Child care providers rally for living wage

On June 22, child care providers and their children rallied in Chicago outside Daley Plaza for a living wage of $15 per hour. Using a blackboard to illustrate, Cynthia Brown offered a lesson to the children in attendance, showing how much additional income Chicago workers need.

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Child care workers are fighting for $15

On April 15, child care workers across the United States took to the streets to join the Fight for $15 for the first time. From Boston and Tampa to Oakland and Atlanta, child care providers stood side by side with workers across industries to demand $15/hour and union rights.

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