Caregivers Drive for Dignity in Richland

June 11, 2014 

Drive for Dignity

Caregivers Lisa Hwang, left of SeaTac, and Helen Harris, right of Milton, participate Wednesday in a Drive for Dignity rally at John Dam Plaza in Richland. An estimated 55 caregivers and supporters joined the statewide tour in Richland to advocate a $15 wage for caregivers across Washington State. The bus tour started in Seattle on Tuesday and will end in Spokane Thursday, picking up more supporters along the way.

SARAH GORDON — Tri City Herald

Caregivers Lisa Hwang, left of SeaTac, and Helen Harris, center of Milton, participate Wednesday in a Drive for Dignity rally at John Dam Plaza in Richland. An estimated 55 caregivers and supporters joined the statewide tour in Richland to advocate a $15 wage for caregivers across Washington State. The bus tour started in Seattle on Tuesday and will end in Spokane Thursday, picking up more supporters along the way.

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