At recent meetings, DC homecare workers continued their participation in #Take15for15 actions, congratulating Massachusetts homecare workers who have won $15 as a starting salary by 2018.
Dinisha Proctor and Renee Neal, 1199 members who work at John Hopkins Hospital, joined in a rally, march and festival on June 20 to draw attention to cases of Black women and girls killed or brutalized by police and, at the same time, to mark the 150th anniversary of Juneteenth.
Although retired now, Evelyn Whitner worked several years as a…
DC Homecare workers rallied in front of HMI agency in DC. HMI does not provide paid sick days to their workers, so homecare workers who are sick, lose a day’s pay if they don’t go in to work.
Let’s Keep Up the Momentum!
The next meeting for ALL DC Homecare Workers is:
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 5:30-8:30pm
at The Marin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library Room A-9
901 G St. NW Washington DC 20001