The FCC announced its plan to destroy #NetNeutrality today. Congress can still stop the FCC, but they’ll only act if there’s a massive public outcry. Today's #SignOfResistance by @ashlukadraws. Share it, and let your representatives know we won’t stand for the Trump administration’s attack on our internet freedom. Look out for a protest at a Verizon retail store near you on December 7th, exactly one week before the net neutrality vote. Together, let’s #SaveNetNeutrality! (Link in bio)
[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A light peach background with bubble letters reads "Net neutrality now" in pink, blue, and white. Below that is an illustration of a woman with pink hair and pink skin. She has her hand up. To her right is an illustration of three snakes with the words "Verizon", "Comcast", and "AT&T" written alongside them. Below them is an illustration of a pair of hands and sleeves with the word "FCC" written between them.]
Our new poll shows consensus support for criminal justice reform across the ideological and political spectrum. The data is clear: President Trump and Jeff Sessions are out of touch with what voters want, even in their own party. It's past time to shift resources away from incarceration, towards rehabilitation, and to address racial bias at every step of the criminal justice system. Swipe to learn more. You can read the top line memo at the link in our bio. #cjreform#smartjustice#reform#massincarceration#blacklivesmatter#rehab#addiction#trump#jail#prison#resist
This is what progress looks like.
+ via @ashlukadraws: "Yesterday’s victories have made me feel optimistic today. Voting works. We can see it in the choices made by communities across the US yesterday. Let’s keep fighting for voting rights and for representation in our government. I want to celebrate all of the progressive and ground-breaking candidates who won last night, especially #AndreaJenkins (Minneapolis City Council) and #DanicaRoem (Virginia House of Delegates)– two powerful transgender women who are paving the way for future leaders. It is important to note the bravery of #AtheaGarrison two decades ago, who was the first trans woman to be elected to state legislature." #progress#danicaroem#andreajenkins#lgbt#trans#transisbeautiful#pride