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Family Child Care Provider
Ana Andrade is a home-based child care provider in San Rafael, California. Ana is a member of the Marin County Child Care Commission.

"I want the incoming administration to look at us as essential workers. Give us the value and the respect that we deserve so that we can get grants, not loans, that we can use for everything that we need to use to survive." // Yo quiero que el gobierno entrante nos vea como trabajadores esenciales. Que nos de el valor y respecto que merecemos. Necesitamos subsidios, no prestamos. Necesitamos todo lo que podemos utilizar para sobrevivir. // Eu quero que a nova administração nos veja como trabalhadores essenciais. Nos de o valor e respeito que merecemos. Precisamos de subsídios, não empréstimos. Nos necessitamos tudo o que podemos utilizar para sobreviver.

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