The International Labor Organization’s Domestic Workers Convention went into force this morning, giving domestic workers in nine countries the right to basic labor protections including days off, minimum wage, overtime pay, and the right to limit how much they must work.

The United States is not one of those nine countries.

On this historic day, will you help domestic workers win basic labor protections in the US? Click below to tell the California Senate and Governor Jerry Brown to pass the California Domestic Workers Bill of Rights.
National Domestic Workers Alliance

Los Angeles Times joins New York Times calling for passage of California Domestic Worker Bill of Rights!