The New Deal devalued home care workers. Advocates hope new legislation can undo that.

19thnews.org | October 6, 2021
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Domestic workers, many of them women and many people of color, have inherited a racist, sexist legacy of low pay and little job protections. 

For Delores Sobowale, taking care of others is part of her inheritance and her legacy. Her mother cared for a White family in Jim Crow-era North Carolina for decades before starting her own child care…

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