In this episode, Diana and other mom activists (and an activist daughter!) share their thoughts on how they are remembering and honoring RBG’s life and legacy.
Diana is joined by Sara Berliner, founder of Vote Like a Mother, Elisa Batista, Campaign Director at Ultra Violet, Rev. Amanda Hambrick Ashcraft, founder of Raising Imagination, who share the impact RBG’s work has had on their lives, and the lessons we can learn from her.
Finally, we hear from Micaela, a nine year old activist, the daughter of immigrant rights lawyer, artist and activist Carolina Rubio MacWright, shows us the future is bright!
Listen to their thoughts and why we must honor RBG by working to save our democracy.
May Her Memory Be a Blessing.
May Her Memory Be a Revolution.
LISTEN HERE: REMEMBERING AND HONORING RBG’S LIFE AND LEGACY
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Check out AOC’s words about RBG’s passing:
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We are still mourning the loss of #RBG, so today we wanted to start the day with these words by @aoc (part of her IG love on Friday): “Now is not the moment for hopelessness. Now is not the time to give up. We don’t give up.” If you’ve listened to the podcast, you know we always, since it’s beginning, end on a hopeful note.. this week, we must start on a hopeful note… because hopelessness is NOT an option. What’s keeping you #hopeful this week? #parentpower #parentingandpolitics #mondaymorning #mondaymotivation #alphalatina #weallgrow #latinapower #NY14 #voteblue2020 #voteblue #bluewave #bidenharris2020 #dontagonizeorganize #womeninpolitics