From the streets of San Francisco, CA to Rome, Italy to Washington, D.C. to San Jose, Costa Rica to Los Vegas, NV, hundreds of thousands of protesters marched this weekend on the anniversary of the Women’s March. While the march reminds us of the power of our collective voice, it is merely a symbol of our strength. Every day we must use our voices to protest inequality in our society, whether it’s advocating for equal pay and reproductive rights, or fighting against sexual harassment and assault.
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And the most powerful way to advocate for the issues that matter most to you is to vote! That’s why this week we’re asking you to take the energy of the Women’s March, commit to #RepresentHer, and register to vote. Let’s use our voices and actions to demand better representation and policies for women and their families, regardless of gender, race, class, age, religion, sexual orientation, ability, immigration status, or circumstance.
Jennifer Siebel Newsom & The Representation Project Team