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We stand with our Indian sisters in their show of solidarity! In a massive protest, at least 5 million women came together in Kerala, India to form a 300 mile long human chain, crossing all 14 districts of the state. This chain was in protest of the continued backlash and violence against women trying to enter the state’s Sabarimala temple. Even after the Supreme Court of India ruled that all women will be allowed in, only 10 have actually made it inside the temple due to this violence. As we move toward gender parity worldwide, this is the type of bold action and unity we need to create lasting change. Read here: http://bit.ly/2HrAZN6 #masswomen

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Women’s Power Gap

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Women's Power Gap, an initiative of the Eos Foundation, is proud to have provided Senator Jason Lewis, @senjasonlewis, with research around gender representation in state boards and commissions. Thank you Senator Lewis for your work to promote gender and racial equality. Read article: https://bit.ly/2Hmms5g . . #MassWomen

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Women’s Power Gap

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Take a look at the captivating portraits of the 131 women of the 116th Congress; true faces of change. . "Many of these women, spanning generations, serve as firsts in Congress: the first women representing their states, the first female combat veteran, the first Native American women, the first Muslim women, the first openly gay member of the Senate, the first woman Speaker of the House — the list goes on." . Read The New York Times article here: https://nyti.ms/2sCzPnY . . #MassWomen

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Representative Liz Miranda

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Thank you. @womenspowergap (@get_repost) ・・・ Today, we feature State Representative Liz Miranda @lizonamission who shares her inspiring story: “On August 20th, 2017, my brother Michael A. Miranda was murdered outside of a Boston nightclub. It changed my life forever. . I have spent my entire adult life providing opportunities and protecting young people. However, my family was still not immune from the disease of gun violence. Having experienced this incredible loss, I fully empathize with the challenges many survivor families face when they attempt to find resources and support. . I began to understand that the State House was where decisions are made and where resources are distributed. I knew that was where I needed to be if I wanted to end gun violence. As a community leader, I was always afraid to run for office because I did not see many women who looked like me and came from places like the Dudley St. triangle, in positions of power and leadership. I learned at the time that there was only one black woman in the entirety of the Massachusetts State Legislature, and I wanted to join her.” Find out more about Liz here: https://womenspowergap.org/inspiring-women/liz-miranda/ . Word of encouragement to other women: “When one woman takes a step forward, we all move forward. Run because we need us in the halls of government, making policies that advance and protect women. When we advance women, we advance our entire families and communities. . . #MassWomen

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Producers United

Uh! 🔥 go @redshaydez1 The women of mass hip hop = taking over Red’s new EP “Chillin’ In The Shade” 😎 now out! 🙏 Get it at chillintheshade.com/music S/O 🎥 @thebridgeside

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Women’s Power Gap

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Today, we feature State Representative Liz Miranda @lizonamission who shares her inspiring story: “On August 20th, 2017, my brother Michael A. Miranda was murdered outside of a Boston nightclub. It changed my life forever. . I have spent my entire adult life providing opportunities and protecting young people. However, my family was still not immune from the disease of gun violence. Having experienced this incredible loss, I fully empathize with the challenges many survivor families face when they attempt to find resources and support. . I began to understand that the State House was where decisions are made and where resources are distributed. I knew that was where I needed to be if I wanted to end gun violence. As a community leader, I was always afraid to run for office because I did not see many women who looked like me and came from places like the Dudley St. triangle, in positions of power and leadership. I learned at the time that there was only one black woman in the entirety of the Massachusetts State Legislature, and I wanted to join her.” Find out more about Liz here: https://womenspowergap.org/inspiring-women/liz-miranda/ . Word of encouragement to other women: “When one woman takes a step forward, we all move forward. Run because we need us in the halls of government, making policies that advance and protect women. When we advance women, we advance our entire families and communities. . . #MassWomen