International Black Women for Wages for Housework
As a network of black women/women of colour, immigrant and migrant, in countries of the South and the North, dismantle the hierarchy of work and wealth by refusing overwork and claiming reparation not only for slavery and imperialism but for all unwaged work; ensure that issues and concerns of black women/women of colour shape every aspect of wages for housework campaigning and that challenging sexism is not separated from or prioritized over challenging racism, and vice versa; campaign on: racism, immigration controls, development, welfare benefits, rape, prostitution, police priorities and illegalities, lesbian and gay rights, civil and human rights, nuclear power/weapons, military-industrial pollution, health, ecology and peace.
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