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QUICK SIGNATURE: Divest in Policing, Invest in the People

September 30, 2020
Content warning: We discuss the police violence against Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Tony McDade, Rayshard Brooks, Jacob Blake, Trayford Pellerin, Cornerlius Fredericks, Layleen Xtravaganza Polanco, Antonio Valenzuela , and Muhammad Muyamin below. MomsRising stands with the Movement for Black...
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Together we can END the criminalization of kids in schools. Tell Congress to support the Counseling Not Criminalization Act!

November 20, 2020
Over the years we have all witnessed countless numbers of Black people killed at the hands of the police. Black people whose communities experience excessive policing and rampant police terror are too often left grappling with the devastating and traumatic impacts of having to see or hear about...
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Unprecedented numbers for October MOMentum!

October 31, 2020
Your October MOMentum was incredible. Your generosity helped us dream bigger and bigger, then blow through goal after goal for voter engagement. By the time November and Election Day rolled around, we reached MILLIONS of mom voters--see some of the historic numbers below. In keeping with MomsRising...
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Working with the Fires of Fear

October 5, 2020
What can we say about 2020 at this point? I find it difficult to choose words to capture the pain, anxiety, and losses that our human species has been facing. As a writer and lover of language, rarely have I been at a loss for words. This moment in time, The Great Pause, has forced us to stay--to...
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Top #5Actions of the Past Week: October 2, 2020

October 2, 2020
What a week, friends. We hope you'll have some time to relax and recharge this weekend. We know this fall will continue to be a doozy, and it's always a good time for self-care. We're going to kick off this list of top-priority actions by once again inviting you to slow down for just a moment,...
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Mourn. Rise. Change The World. Your September MOMentum

September 30, 2020
September has been a MONTH -- and in 2020, that’s saying something. With the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the developments in Breonna Taylor’s family’s case, and the ongoing pandemic, our fight for justice has been relentless (more on that in the newsletter below). In...
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Voting is a Parenting Responsibility

September 29, 2020
Walking in a sea of people towards the ballroom, I felt the weight of a long-sought goal coming to fruition. My brain spun on the fact that nine months later, I would be able to vote. It was February of 2012. I had lived in this country since 1979 when I came from Colombia as a seven-year-old girl...
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CHIP IN QUICKLY: Fierce, rigorous, fearless, peerless, and a mom. Notorious, even.

September 19, 2020
Fierce, visionary, fearless, rigorous, peerless, and a mom. Notorious, even. We promise to live up to and honor the values Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought for. Will you join us? Now is the time. With immeasurable sadness, America’s moms mourn this tremendous loss -- and we honor Justice Ginsburg...
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Mourning the Loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Pioneer for Women and Powerful Champion for Justice

September 18, 2020
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...
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18 Washington Caregivers Who are Changing Our World

September 15, 2020
To mother is to transform. Each and every day moms are shaping a more just future for us all through small and big acts alike -- whether it’s helping a tantruming toddler understand their feelings or advocating for their community with elected leaders, moms have superpowers that move us all forward...
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