Blessings to all the candidates who recognize those aren’t just ‘identity politics’…
One of the greatest expressions of love a society can give to its children is investing in their education and their teachers. pic.twitter.com/LhslEhUbfv
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) April 5, 2019
This story from Elizabeth Warren got huge cheers at National Action Network. The speech drills down on her proposal for universal childcare by relating something personal that's understood by many working moms.
"Think about all the moms in America who don’t have an Aunt Bee." pic.twitter.com/gFpjvBzzii
— Grace Segers (@Grace_Segers) April 5, 2019
While everyone is slobbering over #MayorPete speaking 7 languages and being a Rhodes Scholar, I find this previous Mayor to be much more impressive.
— VoteForWomen ??????????????? (@AnnAnnChe) April 5, 2019
And not just the 2020 candidates:
Re-authorizing the Violence Against Women Act will help ensure that all survivors of violence and abuse can receive the support, protection, and justice they deserve.
I was honored to preside over the House Floor as we passed this historic piece of legislation. pic.twitter.com/0loDKapA1f
— Rep. Sharice Davids (@RepDavids) April 4, 2019
Muffet McGraw: A voice for women.
— NCAA WBB (@ncaawbb) April 4, 2019
Also, Goddess bless Speaker Pelosi, may she rule the House for as long as she cares to:
Fifteen years after he gave his life in service of our country, the Congress will recognize Captain Humayun Khan’s memory & sacrifice with a post office named in his honor. pic.twitter.com/SSTc6lOx0J
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) April 5, 2019
(I hope — I believe — Khan’s parents will be pleased.)