What did Biden do in his first 100 days?
Ai-jen Poo, co-founder and executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance: “We have real reason to hope. Decades of disinvestment in our healthcare infrastructure have had an unsustainable impact on working families. This is especially true for domestic workers, many of whom have struggled to care for their own families while they care for and clean up for our nation. The commitment in the US Jobs Plan to expand access to home and community services for the elderly and disabled, and to improve the quality of jobs for caregivers, is transformative. The American Families Plan is another transformative step in building a caring economy by creating millions of jobs and allowing more parents and caregivers to join the workforce. This plan indicates that we are not just moving from crisis to recovery, but we are paving the way for the economic transformation of working women especially black, Latin, Asian and indigenous women, who continue to be the first to losing their income and the last to receive support in times of crisis and stability. W We also want to urge Congress and the White House to include citizenship for the millions of essential undocumented workers who have kept us safe during the pandemic and who need permanent citizenship to live, work and prosper in the United States. United. “