Fatima Goss Graves (#VoteHerIn)

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On the 33rd episode of the #VoteHerIn series, a partnership project of Two Broads Talking Politics/Kelly Pollock and Rebecca Sive, author of Vote Her In: Your Guide to Electing Our First Woman President, you’ll hear an interview with Fatima Goss Graves, President & CEO of the National Women’s Law Center.

In this interview with Fatima, we discussed the importance of all of the work of the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC), including the TimesUp litigation fund, and activities that any of us can take to help other women, even while social-distancing. So, the links here take you to information about all of NWLC’s initiatives, and to one where you can purchase the now on-sale audio version of Vote Her In, which includes lots of helpful and inspirational stories from other women leaders. Yes.We.Can.

Our End Credits are read by Sonya Daniel.

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Musical credits:

“Are You Listening” from Elephant Shaped Trees by IMUNURI.
Released February 3, 2018.
Composed by André Pilette, with the help of Adam Garcia, Stephanie Leary, and Dan Wilson.
Lyrics written by Stephanie Leary.
Produced by André Pilette and Stephanie Leary.
Mixed by Brett Ryan Stewart of The Sound Shelter in Nashville, TN.
Mastered by Michael Fossenkemper of Turtle Tone Studio in NYC.
Song used with permission by the band.

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Rebecca Sive is the author of three books on women’s politics and power; a motivational speaker; a former professor at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago as well as statewide governmental official; and the recipient of numerous awards for her public leadership and service. She co-produced and co-hosted the widely praised podcast, #VoteHerIn, aired as part of the Demcast network. Learn more about her here: www.rebeccasive.com, and feel free to contact her here, rebecca@rebeccasive.com, about speaking engagements, writing, and her strategic counsel to women public leaders.

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