November 13, 2018
Statement “President Trump’s post-election announcement – that his administration will effectively deny the moms, children and families who come here from Central America the chance to apply for asylum – is cruel, heartless and a violation of U.S. law and treaty obligations. It puts refugees with well-founded fears of persecution at risk of a return to persecution. The President does not have the authority to criminalize families that simply want the chance to live in peace.
November 9, 2018
Statement “The moms of America grieve with everyone who was affected by the horrible shootings in Thousand Oaks. We send our love and comfort to the families of all those who lost their lives and wish a full and speedy recovery to everyone who was injured and traumatized. “We cannot become numb to the carnage caused by our country’s epidemic of gun violence.
November 7, 2018
Statement “From Ayanna Pressley in Massachusetts and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York to Ilhan Omar in Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib in Michigan to Jacky Rosen in Nevada, America’s moms and women spoke today, putting in place the most female, most diverse Congress in history. Historic wins weren’t universal, but there will now be more than 100 women in Congress in January for the first time ever and many are breaking new ground.
November 6, 2018
News release As part of its multifaceted, million-dollar GOTV campaign, which has reached more than ten million moms who are infrequent voters, the MomsRising Education Fund and MamásConPoder are reaching moms and their children where they live, work, play and vote in an unprecedented and innovative national campaign, including: Mom volunteers at select voting locations ready with toys, games, coloring pages, bubbles, and other fun activities for kids to help make voting fun for kids and parents in order to help increase voter turnout,
November 2, 2018
Statement “President Trump doubled down on his immoral anti-immigrant actions late yesterday with a promise to illegally block asylum-seekers, violate their human rights by jailing families for extended periods of time, and increase the military presence at the border to 15,000 troops. It is appalling that the President seems to be making policy and allocating resources based on the dishonest scare tactics he uses for political gain.
November 1, 2018
Statement “As countless legal scholars with a range of political views are pointing out, President Trump does not have the power to overturn birthright citizenship, which is enshrined in our Constitution. Doing so would require a constitutional amendment, which in turn requires an extraordinary consensus that does not exist because, thankfully, few people in this country share his extreme, baseless anti-immigrant views.
November 1, 2018
Statement Statement from Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, CEO and executive director of MomsRising, an online and on-the-ground organization of more than one million mothers and their families, on Latina Equal Pay Day - the day that marks how long Latinas have to work in 2018 to catch up to what White, non-Hispanic men were typically paid in 2017.
November 1, 2018
Statement “FedEx made a wise and responsible move by ending its practice of giving discounts to National Rifle Association (NRA) members last week. That partnership was tantamount to an endorsement of the NRA’s appalling agenda and gave NRA leaders a marketing tool to entice people to join and support its work.
October 31, 2018
Statement “Forty years after the Pregnancy Discrimination Act became law, pregnant workers in this country still face discrimination every day. It is disgraceful that so many working women are fired or denied jobs or promotions simply because they become pregnant. Too many others are denied the reasonable accommodations they need – like being allowed to carry bottles of water, take more bathroom breaks, or use stools – that would allow them to keep a paycheck at the moment they need it most.
October 30, 2018
News release Fun, funny videos. Personalized mom-to-mom postcards. Calls and texts that remind busy women to vote. Mini-marches to the polls. Voting squads and voting parties. Mailings to persuade busy moms to make time to vote. Coloring sheets and games that keep children occupied while waiting in line at the polls. Social media ads that focus on mom voters.