Nadaije has been homeless, but she's still fighting for others.


Those who care for children can't make ends meet. They deserve a living wage.

She cares for children, yet she's not able to make enough to make ends meet and lives with a family she goes to Church with. Yet that's not stopping her from fighting for parents, which is why she advocated for parents at a roundtable with Hillary Clinton recently: "It's difficult to watch parents take kids out of childcare."

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