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5 Ways to Flip the Script

Tips for protecting your sanity + our democracy when someone offers their hot take on today’s daunting political news.

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How We Can Grow a Diverse Movement to Address Racism

Learn from women leaders working to address racism in their communities.

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Increasing Representation For Black Women

Black women are majorly underrepresented in politics. Here's how Black women can leverage their leadership potential!

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Connecting Your “Why” to Your Racial + Ethnic Identity

Use this worksheet to get comfortable talking about your race and identity as a candidate.

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What Makes Disabled Women Powerful Leaders

Historically, disabled women have been significantly underrepresented in politics. Learn why we need them at the policymaking table!

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How to Bounce Back from Criticism and Rejection

Learn how to build your ability to bounce back when things don’t go as planned.

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How Ableism Is Keeping Us From Equal Representation

Learn how members of the disabled community can use their skills of adaptability, resilience, creativity, and problem solving to lead in elected office.

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Why LGBTQIA+ Women Should Run for Office

Queer women are sorely underrepresented at all levels of government. We need more queer women on the ballot!

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Overcoming Racial Bias on Your Leadership Journey

Learn how to embrace your leadership potential while shutting down racist stereotypes and microaggressions and demanding your seat at the table.

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How to Combat Sexism as A Woman in Leadership

Learn tips for dealing with sexism as a woman in leadership.

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How to Call Out and Shut Down Sexism in Politics

Learn to name and address sexism when you see it.

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Pro-Tip: Making Your Campaign More Inclusive of People with Disabilities

It's key for any political candidate to ensure their campaign is accessible to all voters. Explore our tips to make your campaign inclusive!