We're working with employers, lawmakers, and advocates all over the country to:

All women deserve to live and work in safety and with dignity!

The National Domestic Workers Alliance and Alianza Nacional de Campesinas (National Farmworker Women's Alliance) are demanding that Congress include all workers in federal anti-sexual harassment laws.  Join us!

Close legal loopholes so that workplace sexual violence, all forms of discrimination, and retaliation are against the law in every workplace – no exceptions.



Farmworker women, nannies, house cleaners, and home care workers make it possible for us to put food on the table and go to work knowing that our homes and families are in good hands.

National Domestic Workers Alliance
Alianza Nacional de Campesinas

Make it simple and safe for workers to report abuse and file complaints.

Provide culturally appropriate resources and funding for domestic workers and farmworkers who make complaints.

Promote policy reform to cover farmworkers and domestic workers, two of the groups of women workers who have been the most systematically excluded from labor rights.

On April 24, more than 100 farmworker women and domestic workers met with Congress to educate them on the vulnerabilities of our sectors and recommend changes to anti-sexual harassment laws to include all women - no matter what they do or where they work. Now, it's your turn to act. 

Working out of the public eye can make domestic workers and farmworkers more vulnerable to harassment and exploitation.





Text “unstoppable” to 97779 to take action

Did you know that most farmworker women and domestic workers are not protected from sexual harassment by existing federal laws?

Tell Congress it’s time to protect ALL women! 


Right now, federal laws don’t address sexual harassment in workplaces with fewer than 15 employees.  That excludes millions of women -including farmworkers and domestic workers. 

Every woman - and every person - deserves to work in safety and with dignity.

We are unstoppable when we unite, we speak out, and we demand change.