Domestic Workers United is an organization of Caribbean, Latina and African nannies, housekeepers, and elderly caregivers in New York, organizing for power, respect, fair labor standards and to help build a movement to end exploitation and oppression for all.
Brave women have fought for women's equality since Our right to vote wasn't even won until and there is so much more. The history of women's rights is long and rich with brave women and important gains.and we will continue to carry the torch.
Anne-Marie Slaughter's article, "Why Women Still Can’t Have It All," has stirred a great debate about women's ability to achieve professional and economic success while raising children. Unfortunately, "having it all" is barely a concern for the 25 million women currently living in poverty. Our founding mother, Gloria Steinem, nailed it when she uttered these words.
Elizabeth L. Bremner (Liz) has provided leadership for new and emerging philanthropic organizations, serving as the first president of The Foundation Incubator (2001-2005), President and CEO of the Santa Fe Community Foundation (1993-2001), and founding Executive Director of the Los Angeles Women’s Foundation (1986-1991). Liz has served on the boards of Women and Philanthropy, L.A. Women’s Foundation, and Northern New Mexico Grantmakers where she was President of the Board.