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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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Finding Your Purpose in Public Leadership

Whether you’re a candidate, volunteer, campaign manager, or activist, there are many ways to get involved in politics and make a difference.

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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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Q&A with State Rep Park Cannon

Read about the life of a State Representative and what drove her to run.

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Q&A with State Senator Kesha Ram Hinsdale

Read about the life of a State Senator and what drove her to run.

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Q&A with Judge Rosie Speedlin Gonzalez

Read about the life of a Judge and what drove her to run.

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Q&A with Judge Mariam Bazzi

Read about the life of a Judge and what drove her to run.

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Q&A with City Councilwoman Roxy Ndebumadu

Read about the life of a City Councilwoman and what drove her to run.

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Q&A with City Councilwoman Tessa Abeyta Stuve

Read about the life of a City Councilwoman and what drove her to run.