The Massachusetts Coalition for Domestic Workers (MCDW pronounced MAC-DEW) was founded on December 7, 2010.  The Coalition launched to bring about change and equal rights for domestic workers in Massachusetts.   Today, three of the founding organizations: Matahari: Eye of the Day, the Dominican Development Center and the Brazilian Women's Group serve as the Steering Committee for the ever expanding Coalition.

Today, the Coalition consists of the Steering Committee, the Boston Center for Independent Living and the New England Jewish Labor Committee. 

Together we are helping to implement the new law and work together to assure that we are committed to respect and dignity for domestic workers.

Mayor Walsh joins Governor Deval Patrick as he signs the Massachusetts Domestic Workers' Bill of Rights.