Connecticut’s independent home care personal care attendants (PCAs) rallied at the Governor’s Residence in Hartford on Tuesday to demand a fair contract from Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration. A group of participants engaged in peaceful civil disobedience at the gates of the residence with 15 trespassing tickets issued by the Hartford Police Department. “If Connecticut cares
Union long-term care workers and leaders were detained for acts of peaceful civil disobedience Thursday in Hartford in demand that the state provide funding to pay for structural changes that will let workers have a living wage, benefits and the capacity to retire with dignity. Rally participants picketed in front of 410 Capitol Avenue with
Personal care attendants and union staff members united in civil disobedience action Thursday in Enfield to take a stand against Allied Community Resources and its abusive treatment of home care workers. Thousands of home care workers have missed timely and accurate wage payments due to errors by Allied. Now that Allied’s payroll agreement with the
Personal care attendants and union staff members united in civil disobedience action Thursday, February 11th in Enfield to take a stand against Allied Community Resources and its abusive treatment of home care workers. Read more HERE.