215PA’s Eréndira Zamacona Speaks With The Inquirer About Multilingual Summer Camp Access

Parents who can’t work from home need a way to keep their kids entertained, safe, and cared for during the summer when school’s out. That’s why the Comite de Trabajador@s Inmigrantes group of 215 People’s Alliance has been organizing around multilingual access to Philadelphia Parks and Recreation summer camps. 215PA and Comite member Eréndira Zamacona […]

215PA Campaigns Behind Paid Sick Leave Bill

Paid Sick Leave

In recent months, the Comite de Trabajador@s Inmigrantes group of 215 People’s Alliance has worked with other organizations, including the Coalition for Restaurant Health (CRSH), to help promote City Councilmember At-Large Kendra Brooks’ third Public Health Emergency Leave bill. On March 3, City Council passed this bill. As a result, each covered worker will receive […]

NO es una escasez de mano de obra! | It’s NOT a Labor Shortage!

View the English Livestream.View the Spanish Livestream. June 30th at 1PM Restaurant Workers, is there really a labor shortage? Worried about health and safety? Poor working conditions and low wages? What do we do with our kids without summer camps? Come and find out what the situation is like, what are our legal protections, and how we […]

Working Families Need Summer Programming Now!

Join us in demanding that the City and School District of Philadelphia expands Summer Programming Opportunities  to make them accessible to working families.  The Committee of Immigrant Working Moms (El Comité de Madres Trabajadoras Inmigrantes) has surveyed and spoken to working families across South Philadelphia. Of 78 families in South Philadelphia,  88% of them were […]