Kirsten Gillibrand
02/22/2017 at 20:43. Facebook
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Kirsten Gillibrand
02/22/2017 at 15:21. Facebook
Amazing to see record numbers of women interested in running for office! If you are one of them, let me know how I can help.

First They Marched, Now More Than 13,000 Women Are Planning to Run for Office
Victory for justice and the balance of powers. U.S. democracy shines.

Court Refuses to Reinstate Travel Ban, Dealing Trump Another Legal Loss
Change won’t happen in America unless people like you stand up and demand it. Make your voice heard:

Take the Pledge: Speak Out Against President Trump
Thanks Facebook and Sheryl Sandberg for making paid leave a priority. Now, let’s fight to get this to all American workers.

Facebook Recognizes Everyone Needs Paid Time Off. Not Just Parents.
I'm fighting hard to pass paid leave in the Senate. Learn more about our #FAMILYAct: [ Link ]
We can make paid leave a reality in this country. And the best part? It’d be affordable.

Learn more about the #FAMILYAct: [ Link ]
The United States remains the only industrialized country in the world without any paid leave, and it’s a shame.

Learn more about how my #FAMILYAct will change that: [ Link ]
With a good paid leave policy, Americans workers as a whole could take back about $20 billion a year.

That’s why I’m fighting hard to pass paid leave in the Senate. Learn more about the #FAMILYAct: [ Link ]
Spoke with The Alt Weekly about the incredible surge of activism we’ve seen happening across the country.

People are making their voices heard like I've never seen before. It's making a difference. And it gives me hope.

Gillibrand: "We are watching democracy being enlivened" - The Alt
What message will it send to students, families, and teachers if we put public education in the hands of a person who has worked to weaken public schools?

Join me in opposing Betsy DeVos’s nomination and send the message that our schools deserve better: [ Link ]

Tell the Senate: Don't confirm Betsy DeVos
If you’re ready to get off the sidelines, join us: [ Link ]
We have to fight.
We have to stand strong.
We have to say no.

And we must not give up. We must not give in.
I'm at Battery Park in New York City to stand with advocates, elected leaders and concerned New Yorkers against President Trump's shameful executive order.
This past weekend, I marched with my son Theo and his friends at the Women's March on Washington to show the world that our voices matter—and because women’s voices deserve to be heard.

Here are some photos from my day. If you were one of the millions of inspiring women and men who made their voice heard at a march this past weekend, I’d love to know: Why did you march? Who did you march...
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This is an image we've seen too often: as President Trump signed an executive order reinstating the global gag rule, which would prohibit organizations around the world that even discuss abortion from receiving U.S. federal funding, he's surrounded by only men. This is yet another reason we need more women to run for office and to serve at every level of government. I hope the Women's March on...
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I was so honored to speak at the Women's March on Washington today. What an inspiring day with so many women and men off the sidelines, mobilized and making their voices heard. Thanks to everyone who came out and spoke out for women's rights, civil rights, equality and justice for all.

Senator Gillibrand Speaks to the Women's March on Washington
The Women's March on Washington!