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MaxOutForWomen Sep 20
founder recounts history with women at the center as they have been all along. She names them and reminds us of how women, esp. women of color, have shaped the country toward the arc of justice. They are why women are even able to run.
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She the People Sep 18
If you weren't able to make it to this years summit, don't fret! Head over to our Facebook page on Thursday where the whole event will be live streamed. We got you!!
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Sam Brock Sep 20
“I tell my Mom, if not me- then who?” Linda Sarsour is a Brooklyn woman who was the first protester to stand up and get arrested at the . Today, she attends the first conference in ...empowering minority women to run for office. 6p
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Kristin Hull, PhD Sep 19
We have a message for the nation: get in formation behind us. Yes, it’s politics and yet it so much bigger than that.
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Randi Rhodes Sep 19
Attempted rape is a crime and in Maryland there is no Statute of Limitations on attempted rape. Do you know why? IT'S ATTEMPTED RAPE.
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Emmy Ruiz Sep 20
On day, in the year(s) of the woman stepping up at every level of the ballot, Henry is rocking his fav. tee!
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Kristin Hull, PhD Sep 19
No surprise: women of color are the least funded candidates. Thank you to and for bringing much needed change.
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Barbara Lee 15h
Attended yesterday. Learn more about this inspiring summit of people ready to change the world:
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Elisa Batista Sep 20
Linda Sarsour, Co-Chair of Women’s March, takes down the House by schooling the public on intersectionality. “I want you women of color to be who you are...The country needs us. If you’re (white ppl) uncomfortable, get out of the way!” YES!
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Sonrisa Cooper Sep 20
“Women of color are closest to the pain, which makes us closest to the solution” Goosebumps from the unbelievable Linda Sarsour at
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Mansi Sep 20
Women of color are the most courageous people in the country. told us about wanting to try out for cheerleading in HS, seeking the help of the to make a fair process, leading to cheerleaders of color when there were none before.
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yasmine imani, esq. Sep 20
Replying to @RashidaTlaib
is sharing heartbreaking stories from Detroit and the lack of clean water. A human rights disaster. I’m glad she has a seat at the table.
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Mari Urbina Sep 20
My love letter to women of color is this, "Show up all of you. Be very black, be very Latina, be very Asian, be very refugee, be very radical and be very progressive. You are enough.This country needs all of you. Don't be any less of who you are." 🔥🔥🔥🔥
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