A Living Wage for Mothers and other Caregivers!
Honor caregivers & community campaigners
Sunday March 8, 3-5pm
Tabernacle United Church 3700 Chestnut St W. Philly
Award ceremony, refreshments, music, exhibition, petition launch, community resource & information tables. Donations gratefully accepted.
Join us in honoring
|♀ Welfare rights activists of the 60s & 70s Beulah Sanders, Johnnie Tillman, Roxanne Jones, Louise Brookins…..
♀ Campaigners for the rights of children, mothers & prisoners Shandre Delaney, Carolyn Hill, Maryanne Godboldo, Ruth Todasco
♀ Honorary award to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez champion of a caring economy who died two years ago on March 5.
♀ Come speak out about the women you would like to honor (bring a photo if you can)
Special tribute to Ida B Wells
& modern day campaigners against lynching
including of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, Dontre Hamilton, Brandon Tate-Brown
|“If I were President,… I’d start paying women a living wage for doing the work we are already doing—childraising and housekeeping. And the welfare crisis would be over. Just like that. Housewives would be getting wages, too.” Johnnie Tillman, National Welfare Rights Organization||“Women are the primary caregivers everywhere in the world…, Every worker is entitled to a living wage, but most carers, starting with mothers, don’t get wages and aren’t considered workers.” From the International Petition for a Living Wage for Mothers and Other Caregivers|
|Planning Committee includes members of: Decarcerate PA, Every Mother is a Working Mother Network, Fight for Lifers/West, Global Women’s Strike, Human Rights Coalition Fed Up!/Philly, Payday men’s network, Peacehome Campaigns, Welfare Warriors, Women’s Int’l League for Peace & Freedom (WILPF), Women and Trans Prisoner Defense Committee.
Contact: Global Women’s Strike Philly 215-848-1120 email@example.com
16th annual Global Action called by Global Women’s Strike and Women of Color/GWS in: India, Ireland, Peru, UK, US www.globalwomenstrike.net