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Want to join us on an important call? We’re partnering on a Week of Action with the United State of Women (USOW) and as a kick-off there will be a Tele-Town Hall featuring the incredible Senator Kirsten Gillibrand; along with special guests Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, President of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America Cecile Richards, and leaders from the Women’s March and Indivisible Project.
You should join us on the phone too! It’s easy. Just tell us your preferred phone number, and we’ll call you when the call is about to start. Sign up here:
On the call we’ll get prepared for the Congressional recess—and get pumped and excited about the great work we’ll be doing over the next few weeks (and months!) to keep moving the needle forward on equality for women.
  • When: Wednesday, February 15th at 7pm ET / 4pm PT
  • Where: Anywhere! Just give us the best phone number to reach you.
  • What: Senator Gillibrand and all our guests will be covering things like all the ways we can make this Week of Action as action-packed as possible, from making phone calls to attending actual town halls hosted by our representatives all across the country, and a whole host of other things. And we’ll be taking your questions, too, so this is a really good time to catch up with exactly what we have planned in this new chapter.
  • **You must sign up by midnight tonight (Tuesday)!**
There’s so much at stake right now. Access to quality, affordable health care could disappear for tens of millions of people. Women’s reproductive rights could vanish.
But the thing about us is, we’re fighters. And we refuse to sit idly by and watch all the progress we’ve made over the past few years be rolled back. This is a great way to get involved! So if you’re fired up, and ready to go, let’s do this!
Sign up for our Tele-Town Hall with the USOW on Wednesday at 7pm and we’ll call you when the Tele-Town Hall is about to start:

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