Lift Every Voice

October 6, 2023

The very first financial support BlackECE received was from the new Practioners’ Voice Fund, to uplift the voices of the Black child care workforce to address the racial wage gap. Black child care providers are paid .78 less than their white counterparts. One major reason is that Black early educators are more likely to care for infants and toddlers, the least paid role in the field.

Lift Every Voice Retreat 2023

September 24, 2023

This Month, we launched Lift Every Voice, welcoming nearly 40 Black child care educators for a weekend of joy, restoration, and strategizing. We can show you better than we can tell you!

Are you a Black child care professional, ready to join this movement? ​

What Happens When Childcare Centers Close?​

Childcare is the backbone of our communities, and one childcare provider's story sheds light on the struggles many face every day. In a recent article by Word in Black, BriTanya
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Juneteenth Campaign for Liberation

Juneteenth Campaign for Liberation October 6, 2023 In June, we were lucky to have 10 volunteers fundraise within their networks to benefit BlackECE. We have raised over $11k! Although the
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BlackECE was featured in the LA Times!

BlackECE in the News: Black and Latina workers bear the brunt of California’s low child-care wages, report finds February 13, 2024 The Los Angeles Times has featured a groundbreaking study
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