Sisters, Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and pause to reflect on the reality that the fight for freedom is far from over. WE CAN is specifically focused […]
Sisters, On April 1st the 2020 Census will officially begin. Most of you are probably not hard-pressed about it but don’t sleep, the Census is VERY important to life in […]
Sisters, Happy New Year! I hope that you all had a joyous and restful holiday season! Goodness knows we all need to be well-rested for the advocacy work ahead! I […]
Sisters, Here we are at the end of this year and decade. There is so much to say and yet it all seems wholly inadequate in light of the joys […]
Sisters, I hope all of you enjoyed time with family, friends, and acquaintances to celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving happens to be one of my favorite holidays because it forces me to […]
Sisters, Wednesday, November 20th is equal pay day for Latinas. What is equal pay day? Equal pay day is the name given to the fight to ensure that Latinas are […]
Sisters, On Tuesday, November 5, 2019, voters went to the polls to elect folks to represent them in city halls and statehouses. The good news is, in some states, there […]
Today we can also commit to learning more about their needs and issues and use our voices and power, in solidarity, to support them as they fight for equity in all facets of life.
Sisters, This week saw the United States Congress launch an impeachment inquiry against the President of the United States. Only two times has a United States President has been impeached: […]
Sisters, Right now, it seems like all the election action is focused on who is running for President. While that election is VERY important, there are several other important races […]
Sisters, It is CLEAR that some elected officials will look the other way in spite of clear evidence that there are nations who want to screw up our democracy. There […]
WE CAN’s two-week hiatus allowed our founder to take a much-needed vacation and Mobilize Monday returns today with a guest post by Laurie Renfro, an advocate based in Atlanta, […]
Sisters, July 28th in Gilroy, CA; August 3rd in El Paso, TX; August 4th in Dayton, OH; and August 3-4 in Chicago, IL. Thirty-six people killed and over 100 wounded. […]
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This week the current administration was handed several crushing defeats, first in its attempt to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census form, second in yet another failed attempt […]