Corporate accountability is long overdue

It’s clear our communities are struggling. Meanwhile, corporations across the country are raking in profits – all while avoiding paying billions in taxes.

International Women’s Day

Time and time again, we’ve seen work that is predominantly done by women be undervalued. I want other care workers to know: as workers, we deserve more.


September marked an important victory for care workers across Colorado. Legislators listened to care workers’ voices and voted for a $15 minimum wage that will take effect on January 1, 2022. For many of us, this is a much-needed pay raise that will have an immediate impact on our lives. It’s a victory worth celebrating […]

Home Care Workforce Bill Improving Wages for Caregivers Passes Senate

Senate Bill 238 Raises Wages for Caregivers and Promotes High Care Standards for Consumers by Establishing a Training Enforcement Work Group Denver, CO – A bill aiming to increase retention in the home care workforce by raising wages for caregivers passed out of the Senate today. Senate Bill 238, sponsored by Senators Jessie Danielson and […]