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It’s been a hard week, and in 2020 that’s saying something. From the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the utter lack of justice for Breonna Taylor, and with the ongoing pandemic, everyday can feel overwhelming. We invite you to slow down with us, to take time for you, for just a brief moment. To close your eyes and take five slow breaths. With just five slow, calm breaths, you can make a big difference for your well-being. And when you’ve done that, we have five quick...
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Anita Sarah Jackson
Answers to frequently asked questions about our GOTV postcard campaign. The sign-up period for GOTV postcards closed on Monday, August 17th because we officially reached our updated goal of sending 2 million voting reminder postcards!
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Sara Alcid
ICYMI: This week we mourn the tremendous loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, stand with the family and loved ones of Breonna Taylor in calling for justice, and rise to make this country a more just place for women and families. Check out this the content you loved, liked, shared or might have missed in the MomsRising community for the week ending Sept. 25, 2020. 1. INSTAGRAM: Mourning the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg Fierce, rigorous, fearless, peerless. Notorious, even. We promise to...
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Kerri Karvetski
It’s 2020. Pretty much NOTHING is going as planned this year. But that doesn’t mean we can’t turn this trend around -- and make a plan to VOTE THE WAY YOU WANT TO THIS YEAR ! Vote with popcorn on your kitchen table. Vote early if your state allows. Vote in a hammock by mail. Vote in-person on November 3rd with a facemask. And get the kids in your life involved! “Be a voter, raise a voter” is a motto so many of you have brought to life! Have kids join in as you do your civic duty no matter how...
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Sili Recio
Shock. Outrage. We stand with the family and loved ones of Breonna Taylor, Black Lives Matter Louisville, the tens of thousands of activists in Kentucky, and the national Movement for Black Lives in calling for justice. There is no other way fair-minded people can react to the grand jury decision announced in Louisville today. We support the movement demands that three officers responsible for Breonna Taylor’s murder should have been fired, charged with murder, and had their pensions revoked...
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Beatriz Beckford
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The year my son Javier turned two, he and I spent a huge amount of time traveling around North Carolina and speaking to anyone who would listen about his healthcare needs. Javi has Down syndrome, and along with that he has many co-occuring conditions, including two holes in his heart, kidney and gastrointestinal reflux, severe obstructive sleep apnea, and a floppy airway. At that time, he did not have Medicaid coverage and my husband and I were relying on private insurance to help us access the...
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Martha Chaires
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It’s go time. #ElectionSeason is here with some states already early voting - and we are here for you to help you vote, including to help you make a plan to vote Now through November 3rd is #ElectionSeason so don’t delay. → Here are three simple steps: 1- Double Check Your Own Voter Registration or Register To Vote: Sometimes people get dropped off the voting roles, other times people haven’t had a chance to register to vote. So, your first step in making a plan to vote is making sure you’re...
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The passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a deep, painful, immense loss for the nation. Her contributions were greater than words can express and her legacy is a country that is more fair, more just, and more healthy for women, people of color, and others whose rights have long been denied. Justice Ginsburg was a trailblazer, a pioneer, a mom, and a brilliant jurist whose body of work will live on and inspire us forever. She was rightly adored for her keen, unwavering commitment to justice. We take...
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It’s #ElectionSeason, with many states already early voting -- and it’s all hands on deck for everyone to help get out the vote between now and November 3rd. Here are 5 top ways for you to help get out the vote now: 1- Double Check Your Own Voter Registration & Make Your Plan to Vote: Just like on airplanes where we’re urged to put on our own oxygen masks first, start by double checking that you’re still registered to vote and have a plan to vote that works best for you and your family. *...
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Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner