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On October 3, all across the country, Americans will come together in peaceful vigils to demand that the U.S. #Senate stop Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination for a lifetime appointment to the #SupremeCourt . Now is the time for all of us to come together and tell our senators to believe women and stop Kavanaugh this week—and to show the country that women, and all of us, will hold Republicans accountable on November 6. To find an event near you, visit: https://act.moveon.org/event/stop_kavanaugh_vigil_attend/search/. Source: MoveOn.org. If you're in #Portland , Oregon, meet up at the corner of SE Hawthorne & SE 30th. . . . . . #BrettKavanaugh #Scotus #MeToo #KavaNope #stopkavanaugh #senatejudiciarycommittee #DrFord #TimesUp #JudgeKavanaugh #SupremeCourtNominee #ResistaKat #sexualassault #BelieveSurvivors #PortlandProtest #SEHawthorne #Democrats #Progressives #democraticsocialist #womensmarchla #womensmarchseattle #womensmarchchicago #womensmarchnyc #IBelieveHer #womensmarchpdx #christineblaseyford
So you've probably been made aware that November 6th, 2018 is the midterm election and that you should vote. What you might not know is that the last day to register to vote online (or by mail) in Washington State is less than 10 days from now. (October 8th) My friends, don't let yourself be put in a position where you can't participate in our democratic process. I have a feeling that most people, myself included would find it much easier to make time to register online instead of going in person before October 29th. If you have not yet registered, do it now! You no longer have the excuse of, "I didn't have time to make it to the registration office." Take a few minutes right now, and do it online. If you have already registered please consider sharing this information with someone who hasn't. ☑✌ . . Register✔: https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/register.aspx Or go to Vote.org ☐if you live out of state or need more information. . . . This portrait was taken last winter, during the Women's March in Seattle. At the time the idea of being able to vote for change felt like a distant future, and yet here we are. Make it count. 👍☒ . . #vote #voterregistration #seattle #2018midterms #pnw #seattleserendipity #humansofseattle #registertovote #democracy #womensmarchseattle #voter #seattleites #seattlecommunity #midtermelections #rockthevote #registeronline #midterms2018 #icp #washingtonstate @natlvoterregday #votevotevote @rockthevote #politics #theevergreenstate #seattleblog #electionday #washingtonstateelections #usa #thisisamerica
I wanted to take her hands yesterday at the end of her testimony and look her in the eyes and tell Dr Ford. I see you, I hear you, I believe you, thank you for your courage, many of us are with you and appreciate you!
evr look thru ur pics from college & are like wow cute place, cute friends, cute times. 💫#flashbackfriday yo
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Whaaats up Seattle?!?! Did you hear the Superwoman Society is coming to Fremont for an evening of connection, collaboration and fierce conversation about taking on the world?!?! 💪 . . . Yep that’s right! @birdgirl1001 and I are proud to partner up for an evening of badassery you won’t forget! . . . Join us Thursday, Sept. 20! Tickets are on sale now and are limited to just 30 spots, so grab yours today! >>>>LINK IN BIO<<< or go to superwomansociety.com. 🍷👠🍷👠🍷👠🍷👠🍷👠🍷 #badasswomen #girlsrock #superwomansociety #bossladiesunite #seattleevents #seattleeventsforwomen #womensmarchseattle
Hell yea! 💙🌎🤘Regrann from @trappedinflesh - #Repost @_womens_march.us2018 ✊🏽 These kids are our future. 👏 The Supreme Court has rejected the Trump administration’s effort to stop a climate change lawsuit spearheaded by 21 youth plaintiffs. ■ The plaintiffs, all between 11 and 22 years old, argue that the United States government has violated their constitutional rights by allowing fossil fuel production to continue — despite knowing its effects on the planet. ■ In a brief order, the high court denied the federal government’s application for a stay, calling it “premature.” The order comes on the heels of a July 20 decision by the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals that also refused to throw out the lawsuit. ■ According to a press release from Our Children’s Trust and Earth Guardians, two organizations behind the lawsuit, Juliana v. the United States accuses the federal government of “creating a national energy system that causes climate change, is depriving them of their constitutional rights to life, liberty, and property and [failing] to protect essential public trust resources.” ■ Julia Olson, executive director and chief legal counsel of Our Children’s Trust, praised the Supreme Court’s order, saying, “We look forward to presenting the scientific evidence of the harms and dangers these children face as a result of the actions their government has taken to cause the climate crisis.” // 📸: ROBIN LOZNAK/OUR CHILDRENS TRUST 🍊🏀🍎🍋🥒🎜🍏🥒💛🖤💗🤲🏼🎜💓👍🏼 #womensmarchonwashington #womensmarch2017 #womensmarchonnyc #womensmarchsf #womensmarchseattle #womensmarchlondon #womensmarchdenver #womensmarchnyc #womensmarch #womensmarchdc #empoweringgirls #femaleempowerment #womensrightsarehumanrights #womenempoweringwomen #womenempowerment #womeninstem #inspirationalwomen #girlsempowerment #nastywoman #girlsquad - #regrann
#Repost @_womens_march.us2018 (@get_repost ) ・・・ ✊🏽 Repost These kids are our future. 👏 The Supreme Court has rejected the Trump administration’s effort to stop a climate change lawsuit spearheaded by 21 youth plaintiffs. ■ The plaintiffs, all between 11 and 22 years old, argue that the United States government has violated their constitutional rights by allowing fossil fuel production to continue — despite knowing its effects on the planet. ■ In a brief order, the high court denied the federal government’s application for a stay, calling it “premature.” The order comes on the heels of a July 20 decision by the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals that also refused to throw out the lawsuit. ■ According to a press release from Our Children’s Trust and Earth Guardians, two organizations behind the lawsuit, Juliana v. the United States accuses the federal government of “creating a national energy system that causes climate change, is depriving them of their constitutional rights to life, liberty, and property and [failing] to protect essential public trust resources.” ■ Julia Olson, executive director and chief legal counsel of Our Children’s Trust, praised the Supreme Court’s order, saying, “We look forward to presenting the scientific evidence of the harms and dangers these children face as a result of the actions their government has taken to cause the climate crisis.” // 📸: ROBIN LOZNAK/OUR CHILDRENS TRUST 🍊🏀🍎🍋🥒🎜🍏🥒💛🖤💗🤲🏼🎜💓👍🏼 #womensmarchonwashington #womensmarch2017 #womensmarchonnyc #womensmarchsf #womensmarchseattle #womensmarchlondon #womensmarchdenver #womensmarchnyc #womensmarch #womensmarchdc #empoweringgirls #femaleempowerment #womensrightsarehumanrights #womenempoweringwomen #womenempowerment #womeninstem #inspirationalwomen #girlsempowerment #nastywoman #girlsquad
#Repost @_womensmarch2018_us with @get_repost ・・・ ✊🏽 Repost These kids are our future. 👏 The Supreme Court has rejected the Trump administration’s effort to stop a climate change lawsuit spearheaded by 21 youth plaintiffs. ■ The plaintiffs, all between 11 and 22 years old, argue that the United States government has violated their constitutional rights by allowing fossil fuel production to continue — despite knowing its effects on the planet. ■ In a brief order, the high court denied the federal government’s application for a stay, calling it “premature.” The order comes on the heels of a July 20 decision by the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals that also refused to throw out the lawsuit. ■ According to a press release from Our Children’s Trust and Earth Guardians, two organizations behind the lawsuit, Juliana v. the United States accuses the federal government of “creating a national energy system that causes climate change, is depriving them of their constitutional rights to life, liberty, and property and [failing] to protect essential public trust resources.” ■ Julia Olson, executive director and chief legal counsel of Our Children’s Trust, praised the Supreme Court’s order, saying, “We look forward to presenting the scientific evidence of the harms and dangers these children face as a result of the actions their government has taken to cause the climate crisis.” // 📸: ROBIN LOZNAK/OUR CHILDRENS TRUST 🎝🏈💗🍌🏀⚽️🍏⚾️🎜💓🥒🍈🏈🍌🥒 #womensmarchsf #womensmarchlondon #womensmarchonnyc #womensmarchdc #womensmarchseattle #womensmarch2017 #womensmarchdenver #womensmarchla #empoweringwomen #girlsempowerment #womeninstem #nastywoman #womenempoweringwomen #femaleempowerment #girlsquad #womenempowerment #womensupportingwomen
#tbt us being our adorable activist selves with our badass mamas! #WomensMarch2018 #womensmarchseattle #womenempowerment
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