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The Children’s  Act  for     Responsible  Employment     The  CARE  Act,  HR  2234,  has  been  endorsed  by  the  following  108  organizations:     Action  for  Children  North  Carolina;   AFL-­‐CIO;   Alliance  for  Justice;   Amanecer  Inc.;   American-­‐Arab  Anti-­‐Discrimination  Committee;   The  American  Association  of  University  Women;   The  American  Federation  of  Teachers;   American  Rights  at  Work;   America’s  Promise  Alliance;   Amnesty  International  USA;   Asian  American  Justice  Center;   Asian  Pacific  American  Labor  Alliance;   The  Association  of  Farmworker  Opportunity  Programs;   The  Bakery,  Confectionery,  Tobacco  Workers,  and  Grain  Millers  International  Union;   Bon  Appétit  Management  Company;   California  Human  Development;   California  Institute  for  Rural  Studies;   California  Rural  Legal  Assistance  Foundation;   Calvert  Group  Ltd.;   Center  for  Community  Change;   Change  to  Win;   The  Child  Labor  Coalition;   Children’s  Alliance,  Washington  State;   Coalition  of  Immokalee  Workers;   Coalition  of  Labor  Union  Women;   Communications  Workers  of  America;   Covenant  with  North  Carolina’s  Children;   Dialogue  on  Diversity;   East  Coast  Migrant  Head  Start  Project;   El  Centro  Latino  of  Western  North  Carolina;   Farm  Labor  Organizing  Committee;   Farmworker  Advocacy  Network  [North  Carolina];   Farmworker  Association  of  Florida;   Farmworker  Justice;   First  Focus  Campaign  for  Children;   Food  Chain  Workers  Alliance;   Galen  Films;   Gay,  Lesbian  and  Straight  Education  Network;   General  Federation  of  Women’s  Clubs;   Hispanic  Federation;   Hispanic  Association  of  Colleges  and  Universities;  


Honest Tea;   Human  Rights  Watch;   Interfaith  Worker  Justice;   International  Association  of  Machinist  and  Aerospace  Workers;   International  Brotherhood  of  the  Teamsters;   The  International  Initiative  to  End  Child  Labor;   The  International  Labor  Rights  Forum;   Kentucky  Youth  Advocates;   The  Labor  Council  for  Latin  American  Advancement;   Laborers’  International  Union  of  North  America;   La  Fe  Policy  Research  &  Education  Center  of  San  Antonio;   Laredo,  Texas  (City  Council)   Latino  Advocacy  Council  of  Western  North  Carolina;   The  Leadership  Conference  on  Civil  and  Human  Rights   The  League  of  United  Latin  American  Citizens;   Legal  Momentum  (formally  the  Women's  Legal  Defense  and  Education  Fund);   MAFO  (The  National  Partnership  of  Rural  and  Farmworker  Organizations);     Maine  Children’s  Alliance;   MALDEFóMexican  American  Legal  Defense  and  Education  Fund;   MANA,  A  National  Latina  Organization;   Media  Voices  for  Children;   Migrant  Clinician’s  Network;   Migrant  Legal  Action  Program;   MomsRising;   NAACP;   National  Association  for  the     Education  of  Homeless  Children  and  Youth;   National  Association  of  Consumer  Advocates;   National  Association  of  State  Directors  of  Migrant  Education;   National  Collaboration  for  Youth;   National  Consumers  League;   National  Education  Association;   National  Employment  Law  Project;   National  Farmworker  Alliance;   National  Farm  Worker  Ministry;   National  Foster  Care  Coalition;   National  Hispanic  Medical  Association;   National  Migrant  and  Seasonal  Head  Start  Association;     National  Organization  for  Women;   National  Parent  Teacher  Association  (PTA);   NCLR  (National  Council  of  La  Raza);   North  Carolina  Council  of  Churches;   North  Carolina  Justice  Center;   Oregon  Human  Development  Corporation;   Oxfam  America;   PathStone;  


PCUNóPineros y  Campesinos    del  Noroeste  (Northwest  Treeplanters  and   Farmworkers)   Pesticide  Action  Network  North  America;   Pesticide  Education  Center;   Pesticide  Watch;   Pride  at  Work;   Public  Education  Network;   Ramsay  Merriam  Fund;   Results;   Robert  F.  Kennedy  Center  for  Justice  and  Human  Rights;   Social  Advocates  for  Youth;   Southern  Poverty  Law  Center;   Student  Action  with  Farmworkers;   Swanton  Berry  Farms;   Teaching  and  Mentoring  Communities  [Formerly  Texas  Migrant  Council];   United  Farm  Workers  of  America;     United  Food  &  Commercial  Workers  International  Union;     United  Methodist  Women;   United  Methodist  Church  ñ  General  Board  of  Church  and  Society;   United  States  Hispanic  Leadership  Institute;   United  States  Student  Association;   Vecinos  Farmworker  Health  Program;  and   Voices  for  Ohio’s  Children.


Organizations Supporting The Children's Act for Responsible Employment  

The following 108 organizations have signed on in support of HR 2234 (the CARE Act).

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