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March 26, 2015
Ai-jen Poo, Directora de la Alianza Nacional de Trabajadoras Domésticas visito Denver para promover su libro: La edad de la Dignidad

En un momento en que más de 10.000 personas se jubilan cada día en este país, temas sobre la calidad de cuidado de nuestros abuelos y familiares con discapacidades y las condiciones bajo cual trabajan la proveedores no podrían ser más apremiante. Sus puntos de vista reflejan una llamada urgente para una visión colectiva … Continue reading

February 6, 2013
A Study of Home Help Finds Low Worker Pay, New York Times, November 26, 2012.

“Nannies, caregivers and housecleaners earn a median wage of about $10 an hour, and few receive benefits like health insurance or paid sick days, according to the first-ever national statistical study of domestic workers, which is being released on Tuesday.”  Read … Continue reading

December 23, 2012
Work, Dignity, & Community-December Newsletter

El Centro invites you to join us this fall as donors, volunteers, supporters and allies.  It has been a truly dynamic year for the organization as we look forward to advancing programs and campaigns with day laborers and domestic workers here in Denver and … Continue reading

Upcoming Events

  • September 17, 2015
    • Unidos Con El CentroJoin El Centro and Keynote Speaker Councilman Paul Lopez for Breakfast, learn about the work of El Centro and help support a unique and important sector of Denver's workforce. Please RSVP if you would like to attend. 303-292-4115 or sshikes@centrohumanitario.org Sponsorship Opportunities available for more info contact sshikes@centrohumanitario.org at 7:30 am
  • September 24, 2015
    • La Jaula De Oro-Film Screening
      La Jaula De Oro-Ticket
      The Korbel Latin America Center invites you to a screening of LA JAULA DE ORO/THE GOLDEN DREAM- followed by a panel discussion with film Writer and Director, Diego Quemada Diez *Winner of over 80 Awards internationally including, Cannes Film Festival 2013, Prix Un Certain Regard. Three teenagers from the slums of Guatemala travel to the US in search of a better life. On their journey through Mexico they meet Chauk, an Indian from Chiapas who doesn’t speak Spanish. Traveling together in cargo trains, walking on the railroad tracks, they soon have to face a harsh reality.
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