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You know what to do.

Like you, we're still wading through the shock of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death. Our thoughts are racing. Our grief over the loss of an icon who inspired women and girls of all ages, and championed women's rights and representation,...
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Women and the battlegrounds

You’ll hear a lot about ‘Battleground States’ over the next 6 weeks, mostly in reference to the presidential election. But state battlegrounds are about much more than that. Excitement over the presidential race can boost the margin in close down-ballot...
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Wish our interns luck on their fall 2020 semester!

It's an understatement to say this summer has been a challenging one for our interns. All of them have been working remotely—and doing a great job—while wondering if they'll return to the classroom this fall. And dealing with the stress...
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Back to School: Support Teacher Candidates

Kids are heading back to school across the country, and already districts are reversing openings and grappling with teacher shortages because of coronavirus outbreaks. Our federal government—and many state governments—haven’t done enough to safely reopen schools, and the negative effects...
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Before Kamala takes the stage tonight …

When Kamala officially accepts the 2020 Democratic Vice Presidential nomination tonight, we're sure she won't mince words about the fight that lies ahead. We are already seeing the rhetorical battleground take shape—and it is, as expected, ugly. Republicans are dusting...
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Black women are missing from the US Senate

With Kamala on the presidential ticket, our Support Black Women slate—the six most-competitive federal races featuring Black women—is complete! Black women are at the core of the Democratic Party, as its most reliable voters and volunteers. It’s way past time...
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