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I love being an auntie. Happy National Aunt & Uncle’s Day!
Today, we’re excited to launch Young Leaders #ForThePeople. Across the country, young people are breaking barriers and moving our nation forward on their college campuses and in their communities. Check out my instastory for more.
50 years ago today, Neil Armstrong said, “The Eagle has landed.” Apollo 11 had officially landed on the moon — due in part to the software created by computer scientist Margaret Hamilton and her team, who helped them land safely. Link in bio to learn more.
Iowa has held a special place in my heart ever since I first visited the state in 2007 to campaign for Barack Obama. I'm excited to announce I’ll be doing a five-day bus tour in August from Sioux City to Davenport. See you on the road! [link in bio]
Throwing it back to one of my favorite photos from #PrideMonth.
It’s time to get Trump out of office and unite the country.
Thank you Iowa for spending Independence Day with us!
@aaron___philip is making waves: last month, she was on the cover of Paper Magazine, becoming the first Black, transgender, and disabled model to land a major magazine cover. She's paving the way for others who might not have seen themselves represented in the fashion industry — but now can. (link in bio)
A woman’s place is in the House, Senate, and the White House. (link in bio) 📷: Annie Leibovitz
My cousin Sharada came to SF to celebrate Pride with me! Sharada is an immigrant from India and Mexico, and she identifies as queer. This is what Pride looks like: people from all over celebrating a more inclusive America. I’m proud to join her in the fight for a better future for the LGBTQIA+ community. Happy #Pride to all!
This president says he wants to "make America great again." Does he want to take us back to before schools were integrated? Before the Voting Rights Act? Before the Civil Rights Act? Before Roe v. Wade? We are not going back.
Since day one, my sister Maya has been by my side. Wouldn’t have it any other way.
Fifty years ago today when New York police raided the Stonewall Inn, a revolutionary movement started. Brave LGBTQ+ New Yorkers, led by transgender women of color, stood up and fought back. The legacy of Stonewall served to show LGBTQ+ Americans across the country that no one should be left to fight alone. We must continue to speak truth today that transphobia and homophobia are real in our country — but I am with you in the fights ahead. #Pride
June 28, 2013, the day California's ban on same-sex marriages was lifted, I had the distinct honor of declaring Sandy Stier and Kris Perry spouses for life. And let me tell you, it was about time.
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Big thanks to our team who made the South Carolina convention this past weekend a success! #SCDemWeekend
These are just a few of the many LGBTQ+ politicians who are creating change at the local, state, and national level. They are trailblazers who have helped pave a path for many who will come after them. #Pride Jared Polis: Governor of Colorado Andrea Jenkins: VP, Minnesota City Council Sen. Tammy Baldwin: U.S. Senator, Wisconsin Mark Takano: California House Representative Danica Roem: Virginia State Legislator Sharice Davids: Kansas House Representative
46 songs curated just for you. #MusicForThePeople. Listen now. [Link in bio]
Who says the campaign trail can’t be fun? #ForThePeople
Over the coming months, as I campaign across the nation, I’ve vowed to listen just as much, if not more, than I talk. I want to hear from you. Tell me below what issue is most on your mind today.
After Mildred and Richard Loving got married and built their home and life together, they were charged and sentenced to prison for violating the ban on interracial marriage in Virginia. They took their case all the way to the Supreme Court. They won, guaranteeing interracial marriages are legal in the eyes of the law. No matter how hard forces of hate try to divide us, love wins. #LovingDay
As we recognize the anniversary of DACA this week, I am introducing a new plan to put Dreamers on a path to citizenship by executive action. We can’t wait a moment longer — and Dreamers shouldn’t have to. (Link in bio)
Today we remember the 49 lives — mostly Latinx and LGBTQ+ — cut short from hate and gun violence three years ago. In their memory, let’s act to prevent the next heartbreak.
The defending World Cup Champions deserved to be paid equally. #USWNT (Link in Bio)
On this day in 1963, President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act into law. “It affirms our determination that when women enter the labor force they will find equality in their pay envelopes,” he said. Yet for too many women, that has not been the case. My equal pay plan would build on the Equal Pay Act and require corporations to prove they’re paying women equally — and fine companies that fail to close their pay gaps. Visit stories and link in bio to learn how my equal pay plan would better the lives of people across our nation.
…and no one will be.
Edie Windsor took her fight against the Defense of Marriage Act all the way to the Supreme Court, paving the way for marriage equality nationwide. Her legacy inspires us to keep pushing for equality for all. #PrideMonth
It's like looking in the mirror.
As a gay man, Bayard Rustin fought for his rights and the rights of others during the civil rights movement. An influential and effective organizer, his role in the March on Washington and our nation’s history will never be forgotten. #PrideMonth
No matter what language you speak, where you live, or who you love — you are welcome in our campaign.
Meet Ally. She was inspired to come out to her mom after our rally in Oakland. This campaign isn’t about me, it’s about people like Ally who want to speak their truth. I won’t stop fighting for that. (Link to the shirt in bio)
Tag someone who always makes you laugh. Maya, you’re top of my list. #Throwback
Nothing beats a welcome from supporters, family, and friends.
#PrideMonth is a time to proudly celebrate who you are. As we recognize the rich history and contributions of the LGBTQ+ community, let’s renew our commitment to dignity, acceptance, and equal rights for everyone.
Happy birthday to our daughter, Ella. My heart is whole and my life is full with you in it. Love, Momala
A woman’s constitutional right to an abortion is under attack. Today I announced a plan as president to block these dangerous and deadly state laws before they take effect. (link in bio)
Off to South Carolina with my sister Maya for the @MSNBC town hall tonight. Hope you'll tune in at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT. ✈️
Your #MondayMotivation brought to you on a Tuesday. Because why not.
Our economy isn’t working for Americans. An unexpected expense shouldn’t throw your life into financial chaos. My LIFT Act will give families up to $500 per month to help make ends meet.
SOUTH CAROLINA: I’m headed your way again next week for an education town hall to discuss the critical issues facing our nation. Can’t wait to listen and learn from all of you. Link in bio to RSVP.
Our team has set an ambitious fundraising goal to raise $500,000 online before midnight on Friday, May 31. I hope I can count on you to pitch in to our last end-of-month deadline before the presidential debates. (link in bio)