Silicon Valley Trailer Park Residents Fight To Stay
How Domestic Workers Won Their Rights: Five Big Lessons by Amy B. Dean — YES! Magazine
The PTA, the school board, and some parents have taken action to back the park’s residents. They’ve offered supportive resolutions, organizing space, and their time. Nancy Krop, a civil rights attorney, is one of those parents. She says diversity, fairness and justice are at stake.
The NDWA’s record of steadily organizing with their eyes on a clear prize of policy solutions, recognition, and respect should serve as an inspiration. The movement’s relevance isn’t just the fact that they are winning; how they fight matters, too. Any movement that can transform adversarial employee-employer relations into a unified force for public policy change is worth learning from.