It’s our season finale! What better way to celebrate a season full of Trailblazers than spotlighting someone at the forefront of change in this country: Mini Timmaraju. Mini is president of NARAL and the first woman of color to run the organization. She knows more than anyone else that across this country, reproductive rights are under attack. For the first time in decades, a massive population of people are losing a fundamental, constitutional freedom in real-time. It’s a fight we know well, and one we’ll continue to work against on all fronts because we need to show up at every level. From what Justice Brown Jackson’s confirmation could mean for a representative Supreme Court, to taking action at your local level, we’re covering all the bases in this battle.
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Learn more about the fight for reproductive rights with resources from NARAL:
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