Endorsers of mentioned legislation and other supporters

Election Action For Caregivers Letter Endorsers (partial list to date)

Organizations
#MeToo Survivors, Los Angeles, CA
Alexandria House, Los Angeles, CA
Alliance for Global Justice, Tucson, AZ
Brandywine Peace Community, Philadelphia, PA
Chiapas Support Commitee, Oakland, CA
Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco, CA
Community Impact Consulting, Philadelphia, PA
End Solitary Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA
Every Mother is a Working Mother Network
Free People Strike, Philadelphia, PA
Global Women’s Strike
Human Rights Coalition — Philly, Philadelphia, PA
Human Rights Coalition Fed-Up!, Pittsburgh, PA
Hunger Action Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Just Harvest, A Center for Action Against Hunger, Pittsburgh, PA
Mariposa Food Co-op, Philadelphia, PA
MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA
Mother’s Own Milk Matters, Murphys, CA
Movement for Family Power
Oasis in the Diaspora, Brentwood, CA
Old Women’s Project, San Diego, CA
Omni Commons, Oakland, CA
Payday men’s network
Peace Builders of Orange County, Santa Ana, CA
Peacehome Campaigns, Philadelphia, PA
Peace Justice Sustainability NOW
Philadelphia Neighborhood Networks, Philadelphia, PA
Philly SocFem, Philadelphia PA
Phil Berrigan Memorial Chapter Veterans For Peace, Baltimore, PA
Project Prosper of Florida, Apopka, FL
San Francisco Committee For Human Rights in the Philippines, San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition, San Francisco, CA
Sisters Health & Wellness Collective, Bloomfield, NJ
SOCAL350, Pomona, CA
Veterans for Peace Los Angeles, Venice, CA
Welfare Warriors, Milwaukee, WI
Western Regional Advocacy Project, San Francisco, CA
Women of Color in the Global Women’s Strike
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Philadelphia
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), San Francisco, CA
Women’s March Foundation, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Women’s Way, Philadelphia, PA

Also endorsed by Dr. Felicia Kornbluh, Professor of History at the University of Vermont; Rev. Elizabeth Hoffman Reed, Episcopal Church, Allentown PA; Maggie Ronayne, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, and over 50 other individuals.

American Family Act (S690)

Organizations
Catholic Charities of Central Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO
Center for American Progress
Center for Law and Social Policy
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Child Care Aware of America
Child Welfare League of America
Children’s Defense Fund
Colorado Children’s Campaign, Denver, CO
Colorado Fiscal Institute, Denver, CO
Community Change Action
Community Partnership for Child Development, Colorado Springs, CO
Early Childhood Council Leadership Alliance, Wheat Ridge, CO
Early Learning Ventures, Englewood, CO
Economic Security Project
Every Child Matters
Every Mother is a Working Mother Network
Family & Intercultural Resource Center, Silverthorne, CO
First Focus
Global Women’s Strike
Mesa County Partnership for Children and Families, Grand Junction, CO
MomsRising
National Association for the Education of Young Children
National Welfare and Caregivers Working Group
National Women’s Law Center
Niskanen Center
Payday men’s network
Peak Vista Community Health Centers, Colorado Springs, CO
Public Advocacy for Kids
Service Employees International Union
Stand for Children Colorado, Denver, CO
The Bell Policy Center, Denver, CO
United for a New Economy, Commerce City, CO
Women of Color in the Global Women’s Strike
Zero to Three

Leaders in research and academia

Sir Angus Deaton, Nobel Prize-winning Economist and Professor at Princeton University

David Grusky, Professor of Sociology at Stanford University and Director of the Center on Poverty and Inequality

Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Courtney Sale Ross Professor of Globalization and Education and University Professor at New York University

Dr. Irwin Garfinkel, Interim Dean of the Columbia School of Social Work, Mitchell I. Ginsberg Professor of Contemporary Urban Problems, Co-Founding Director of the Columbia Population Research Center, and Co-Founding Director of the Center on Poverty and Social Policy

Jane Waldfogel, Compton Foundation Centennial Professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work

Kathryn Edin and H. Luke Shaefer, Co-Authors of $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America

Worker Relief and Credit Reform Act (HR5271)

Alexandria House, Los Angeles, CA
Alliance for Social and Economic Justice, San Francisco, CA
Anti Police-Terror Project, Oakland, CA
Bay Area Poor People’s Campaign, Oakland, CA
Brandywine Peace Community, Philadelphia, PA
Bryn Mawr Peace Coalition, Bryn Mawr, PA
Caring Across Generations
Chiapas Support Committee, Oakland, CA
Citizens United for Renewable Energy (CURE), Red Bank, NJ
Community Change Action
Community Vision Council, Bloomfield, NJ
Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, US Provinces
Congressional Progressive Caucus
DEMOS
Economic Security Action Project
End Solitary Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz, CA
Every Mother is a Working Mother Network
Evolved Nest Initiative, South Bend, IN
Family and Home Network, Durham, NC
First Focus Campaign for Children
Free People Strike, Philadelphia, PA
Friends Committee on National Legislation
GABRIELA Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Global Women’s Strike
Human Rights Coalition — Fed-Up!, Pittsburgh, PA
IndependenceFirst
Just Harvest, Pittsburgh, PA
Kids Forward
La Leche League of Northern Dutchess (NY), Hudson, NY
Long Beach Area Peace Network, Long Beach, CA
Mariposa Food Co-op, Philadelphia, PA
MICAH Milwaukee Inner-city Congregations Allied for Hope , Milwaukee, WI
MomsRising
Mother’s Own Milk Matters, Murphys, CA
NAACP Milwaukee Branch, Milwaukee, WI
National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
National Welfare and Caregivers Working Group
NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice
Old Women’s Project, San Diego, CA
Omni Commons, Oakland, CA
Orange County Peace Coalition, Orange County, CA
Payday men’s network
Peace Justice Sustainability NOW
Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance, Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia Neighborhood Networks, Philadelphia, PA
Policy Matters Ohio, Cleveland, OH
RESULTS
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition, San Francisco, CA
The Sidewalk Project, Los Angeles, CA
Sisters Health & Wellness Collective, Bloomfield, NJ
South Dakotans Against Racism, Sioux Falls, SD
Sunrise Movement Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Supporting Our Mothers Initiative, LLC, Jamaica, NY
2 green gals, Sioux Falls, SD
U.S. PIRG
United States Breastfeeding Committee, Inc., Chicago, IL
Veterans For Peace, Colorado Springs, CO
Veterans For Peace, Los Angeles Chapter, Los Angeles, CA
Weavers Way Co-Op Food Justice Committee, Philadelpnia, PA
Welfare Warriors, Milwaukee, WI
Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP), Oakland, CA
WISPIRG
Women of Color in the Global Women’s Strike
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
Women’s March Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
Young Women’s Freedom Center, Concord, CA

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