Sharon Born, a family child care provider in Waseca County, shares why she joined the SEIU Kids First movement in Minnesota. This is the first in a series of video messages from child care providers sharing in their words the many reasons for forming a union at this critical time.
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A Way Forward
In Our Own Words: Sharon Born
Raising Kids, Raising Communities
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