Family child care providers throughout California are bravely navigating the impact of Omicron and other variants while caring for young
“For me, the vaccine is a matter of life.” Though UDW caregiver and county representative Beatriz Manjarrez is here at
On February 9, Governor Gavin Newsom came to the UDW San Diego office to join a roundtable discussion hosted by
Sacramento, CA — United Domestic Workers of America (UDW/AFSCME 3930), a union of in-home caregivers and family child care providers
Sacramento, CA — United Domestic Workers of America (UDW/AFSCME 3930), a union representing over 118,000 in-home caregivers in California, released
Millions of Americans are unable to work due to the COVID-19 pandemic and, sadly, this includes some IHSS providers too.
Activist, mother, caregiver, hero—Mary Courtney-Sheldon is one of the half million frontline home care workers in California keeping seniors and
Aurora Sanchez noticed her mother, Maria Ocampo, was sick with what would later be diagnosed as the new coronavirus March 25.
Miren Algorri has been a licensed day care provider for 22 years — her 23rd anniversary is coming up this
Carnella Marks considers herself lucky. She lives in Chico and has some masks left over from the Camp Fire a
When Camilla decided to study nursing at Concorde Career College in Denver, she did so because she wanted to help
As a union of over 116,000 home care providers, we are truly frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic that is