This week on Women's Magazine, we focus on some of the most challenged workers in today's workforce: domestic workers and young women of color.
Young workers also face an uphill battle to find employment that not only pays a living wage, but offers a path to leadership and training. Mamacitas Cafe is dedicated to changing those odds in Oakland, by creating well-paid jobs, with mentorship and training opportunities, for young women of color 18-24, especially women transitioning out of the criminal justice or child welfare system.
The three-year-old grassroots project started with popups and opened a brick-and-mortar cafe in 2015. Thanks to its success, the cafe is now fundraising to lease a bigger space and expand its staff. Find them on Facebook, Twitter and the web. Help Mamacitas Cafe with their Kickstarter campaign.
"Donuts and glazes and more made by hand in house!"
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On today's show we pay tribute to Judy Brady, author of the classic article, "I Want a Wife."
Click here to listen to the entire show. 59:50 min
Also on today's show:
Aging With Dignity - Marginalized Workers Young & Old Take Charge
Black LGBT Historical Society Presents
5th Annual Black LGBT Historical Society Celebration
Honoring LENN KELLER
Showcasing Bay Area Lesbian Archives Mobile Exhibit.
Saturday, 6/17/2017, 1:00 - 3:30
100 Larkin St.
San Francisco, CA