Dear Mayor Daniella Levine Cava,

As your constituents: community members, healthcare and service providers, tenants, faith leaders, legal workers, and advocates in Miami-Dade County, we are writing to thank you and to ask that you please continue to do everything in your power to help tenants in Miami stay in…

2020 was a time to step up even as our communities were locking down.

This year, our small but dedicated team at the Miami Workers Center has been doing exactly that — we stepped up — adapting our organizing tactics, delivering mutual aid and critical information to our members and fighting for critical policies including a statewide eviction moratorium and for black lives. …

Sonya Brown-Wilson

By: Sonya Brown-Wilson
Retired special education teacher, mother of four, grandmother of four, longtime member of the Miami Workers Center

I was born and raised in Liberty City, and like many others in my community I was prayerful about this year’s election. As a Black woman, I know we are…

“In the face of overwhelming opposition, structural inequalities, and with the odds stacked against us — Black womxn are resolute, strategic and resourceful. We know our political participation is a collective survival tactic. That is the heart of Black Girl Magic.” -Santra Denis

Over the past week we have…

WE GOT THE MESSAGE …. BLACK WOMEN’S LIVES DON’T MATTER

The abject failure of the grand jury in Kentucky to hold the police officers responsible for the murder of Breonna Taylor accountable for their actions has sent a clear message to Black communities and especially Black women across the country.

* TUESDAY, JUNE 16 AT 10:30 AM ET *

Miami, FL — The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) will release the results of a survey of over 800 Black domestic workers from New York City, Boston, and Miami. …

True Investment in Collective Recovery

Over recent weeks, delivery workers, home care aides, hospital cleaners, fast food workers, grocery store workers, and restaurant staff have found themselves unsupported and ill-equipped on the frontlines of this pandemic — risking their lives so that many of us can stay safely at home. …

This Mother’s Day, what Mothers want is a gender responsive economic recovery.

On the approach to Mother’s Day this year, as I have been bombarded with a variety of advertisements for colorful bouquets, pink boxes of chocolates and stuffed animals, I have been struck by how much we as a society profess our love and appreciation for our mothers. How lovingly we…

A note on behalf of Miami Workers Center Board of Directors

Over the past three months, under the leadership of Board Chair, Trenise Bryant, Miami Workers Center’s Board of Directors have worked together to hire an Interim Executive Director that meets the needs of our growing organization and members. …

Housing is a human right, yes, even in Florida. If we continue to allow the women and femmes of the state to lead us then we will surely win. …

Miami Workers Center

We are a strategy &action center whose goal is to build the power of south Florida’s most oppressed communities with a focus on gender, race & economic status.

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