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MUA's Comite Semilla in Concord.

MUA’s Comite Semilla in Concord.

As a member of the National Domestic Worker Alliance, MUA is proud to be part of their BIG (Base-building Innovation Group) launch that is increasing our ability to expand our base, build scale and develop an effective organizing model in this new phase of our movement work.  To that end, under the leadership of our member organizer, Sylvia Lopez,  MUA has expanded our organizing efforts to domestic workers throughout the Bay Area forming smaller committees – Comites Semillas – in different cities and neighborhoods. MUA now has Comite Semillas, made up of household worker and immigrant rights leaders, in Concord, San Jose and Hayward and is in the process of forming additional Comites in parts of Oakland and San Francisco that are less accessible to our offices. We are excited about this new model to expand our base and scale up as we reach our goal of organizing 10% of the sector in California by 2016 and support the leadership of household workers throughout the Bay Area.