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Catch up on some of the important stuff that happened in the MomsRising community last week. [05/22/2021]


ACTION OF THE WEEK: Hands Off My Reproductive Rights

The Supreme Court agreed to consider a law in Mississippi which will ultimately rollback abortion and healthcare rights. The law itself puts Roe v. Wade at risk. Take action by urging Congress to support abortion access by sponsoring the Women’s Health Protection Act NOW! 


INSTAGRAM: Malaka Gharib: I Was Their American Dream

Malaka Gharib is a cartoonist and artist and author of I Was Their American Dream: A Graphic Memoir, about growing up as a first generation Filipino Egyptian American. Check our our Instagram post celebrating this talented and award-winning Filipino Egyptian American artist. #AAPIMonth #AAPIHeritage #Artasactivism


GUEST POST: FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel

No one should have to choose between paying for groceries or rent and their internet bill. Thanks to the Emergency Broadband Benefit, millions of moms won’t have to. That’s my idea of a great Mother’s Day gift. Families need accessible broadband in the pandemic


STATEMENT: Moms Applaud Restoration of Temporary Protected Status to Immigrants from Haiti

“The Biden-Harris administration made the right and just decision by re-designating Haiti for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) this weekend. America’s moms support this action because we are determined that our Haitian neighbors, friends and colleagues be allowed to remain with their families and in their jobs, especially at this time when it is clearly not safe for them to return to Haiti." Read The "Right and Just" Move


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