Teresa Mosqueda

Domestic Worker Legislation: Community Meetings

Over the coming weeks our team will be holding one of many listening sessions to hear from you about what you would like to see as part of the Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights.

Our goal is to ensure that the people who take care of our kiddos as nannies, care for our elders as long-term care provides, and clean our homes as housekeepers are extended the same common-sense labor protections that most other workers in Seattle have. We have heard from employers, non-profits, workers and we want to hear from you!

Please join us for one of our upcoming meetings, whether it's in-person or online. Have any questions? Give us a call (206-684-8806), or email us at domesticworkers@seattle.gov, and we'll gladly help how we can!

Hey Domestic Workers! The Seattle City Council wants to hear from you!

 

Hey Domestic Workers! The Seattle City Council wants to hear from you!

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It's an honor and a privilege to serve as your Seattle City Councilmember.

As one of your two city-wide representatives, I intend to uphold the progressive values I have spent my career fighting for and to be a voice for Seattle residents from all walks of life. I've dedicated my professional life to defending workers' rights, healthcare access, and to standing up for economic justice.

I've worked as a dedicated advocate, and have advanced progressive change by bringing people together to find common ground to improve the lives of our community. I'll take the same approach to my work here at City Hall. Let's get the right people to the table to inform our work -- and after the ink is dry, let's keep those very same people at the table to make sure the policy is working.

I will continue to fight for the rights of our community, stand up for our health and our local economy, and protect working families and our local environment as your Seattle City Councilmember. Let's never give up fighting for economic justice, environmental protections, and our basic human rights!

In solidarity, Si Se Puede!

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