The Ain’t I a Woman?! Campaign is sponsored by the National Mobilization Against Sweatshops , Chinese Staff & Workers’ Association, Democratic Socialists of America - NYC, Disability Education and Advocacy Network of Western New York, and National Organization for Women - NYC
The National Mobilization Against Sweatshops (NMASS) is a grassroots effort of youth and working people of all backgrounds and communities. It is a membership organization dedicated to fighting for control over our time and our lives. Through educational and organizing work, it is demanding the right to work 40 hours a week at a living wage for all of us as working people, whether we are overworked, underemployed, or working at home caring for our children.
Chinese Staff and Workers Association (CSWA) is the first contemporary workers’ center bringing together workers across trades to fight for change in the workplace as well as in the community-at-large. CSWA is not a service organization nor does it follow an advocacy model, since neither model is fundamentally concerned with developing a base. CSWA places workers at the center of organizing campaigns and recognizes workers as agents for change rather than treating them as victims.
Disability Education and Advocacy Network of Western New York (DEAN-WNY) is a dedicated group of people with disabilities and their allies promoting education, access, and advocacy.
Democratic Socialists of America - New York City (DSA-NYC) is a local of Democratic Socialists of America. NYC-DSA works to build a democratic socialist organization in the five boroughs.
National Organization for Women - New York City (NOW-NYC) advances laws, promotes women in politics, fights for reproductive justice, and challenges discrimination and violence against woman.
Our endorsers include worker centers, labor unions, women’s organizations, and political parties, among others. In alphabetical order:
A Better Balance
Abraham Ezekiel Foundation
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF)
Border Workers Association
Brooklyn-Wide Interagency Council on Aging (BWICA)
Brooklyn College Women's Center
Broome/Tioga Green Party
Citrus College Adjunct Faculty Federation
Coalition of Labor Union Women-Philadelphia
CUNY Law School Labor Coalition for Workers' Rights and Economic Justice
Domestic Workers United
Garment Worker Center
Greater New York Labor Religion Coalition
Green Party of Brooklyn
Hunger Action Network of NYS
Nancy Folbre, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst
Occupational Clinical Center of the Southern Tier
Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton
Socialist Party of NYC
Students Organizing Against Reynolds (SOAR)
Tompkins County Workers' Center
UAW Local 675
Unidad Latina en Accion, CT
Unidad Latina en Accion, NJ
Wind of the Spirit
Yale Women’s Center
WNYCOSH Worker Center
Do you agree with the prohibition of a 24-hour workday? Endorse now!