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SheThePeople 16h
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Briahna Joy Gray Apr 1
"Bernie, Bernie, Bernie!" chants as he exits the stage at . 🙌🏾
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Lily Smith 23h
was brilliantly sardonic, and much appreciated. It was so nice to feel represented
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6-9a ET #GetWoke⏰ #MIP🎙️ #GetWokeAndVote🗳️ Apr 8
“We’ve set the table and we’ve invited everybody to dinner,” said , president and founder of . “We want to have this conversation … are voting like our lives depend on it."
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Neal Carter Apr 8
I wonder if disability is on the agenda? What does the inclusion statement and accessibility at the venue look like? Will or won't there be an ASL interpreter?
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josie krook Apr 3
just wanted to shout out for being the first woman in over two decades and the first woman of color EVER to represent district 8 on Madison, WI city council- she has worked so hard and i’m so unbelievably proud and happy to know this incredible woman!!
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Rapsody Mar 8
Thank you ! Always reppin” for the sistahs! 🔻
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theGrio.com Jan 28
It’s been proven that Black women have the power to turn out the vote. is a group that brings women of color in politics together, and they’re hosting a forum in April to question the upcoming presidential candidates.
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Sadia Khan Apr 17
This upcoming event will be hosting a forum for the declared presidential candidates. Guests will include, , , , , , and many more.
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ESSENCE Mar 19
There’s no reason I can name 20-25 white girls and two Black girls. There’s no reason for that.”-
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Shawn Olson 🔥🌊🌎 9h
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Dr. Jamila Taylor 10h
Women of color headed to the voting booth in 2020. Don’t sleep...
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Carla Marinucci Jan 18
SF's , founder of , now on the steering committee of Women's March on , says it's the opportunity to reach Congress "with a really comprehensive women's agenda." But adds: "There's no room for anti-Semitism, racism or bigotry of any kind."
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Yesha Apr 9
: From Foster Care To : Graduating Senior Tiana Barnwell Shares Her Story Of Determination via
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A League Of Her Own DC Jan 4
Here’s to for their She The People show. Thank you to everyone in the arts for being brave enough to put on the shows that question the patriarchy and aren’t afraid.
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David Grinspoon Dec 9
Great show by Second City at Wooly Mammith theater tonight. Somehow I ended up onstage holding an umbrella while quirky woman sang to me & Jennifer sprayed rain on us.
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ESSENCE Mar 1
Shannon Rainey's neighborhood was built on a former landfill filled with garbage, animal carcasses, rats, insects, and over 49 cancer-causing chemicals.
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Rooli Dec 29
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nylah burton Mar 11
My latest for : As a child, faced bias from her teachers - simply because she was a Black girl. Now, she teaches educators to see children as children - not as stereotypes or statistics.
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Jill Ortman-Fouse Jan 4
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