Jul 28 - Facebook
"Two decades after this incident, I can still recount it like it happened yesterday. I can still feel the sting of the mace. My throat still tightens. Two decades later, we are still battling police brutality. Two decades later, black mothers are still being shamed. Two decades later, black women and girls are under attack. Two decades later, black men are still filling our prisons. And two decades later, I am still advocating for the most marginalized communities.
What are we going to do to ensure that in the next two decades, young boys like my nephew, who just started school today, or the 14-year-old who was arrested in Cleveland, are able to live and lead in a world where this is no longer their reality? Fight.
We have to.
We have nothing to lose but our chains." - Monica Raye Simpson Executive Director of SisterSong, the National Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective.
Jul 28 - Twitter
RT @SisterSong_WOC: It's not lack of education or training creating pay gap. It's discrimination. #ClockOut4EqualPay #BlackWomenEqualPay ht…
Jul 06 - YouTube
From Geneva to Washington D.C. Securing Human Rights for Immigrant Women and Families. PT 5.
Jul 02 - Blog
As we celebrate that marriage equality is the law of the land, we must continue our work of achieving full equality for all of our communities, including our fight for accessible healthcare. Last