September 22, 2020

Liberation Dreams

Maria and Julio are joined by Andrea Valdez, editor-in-chief at The 19th, and Errin Haines, editor-at-large for The 19th. They reflect on the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a feminist icon who was a leading advocate for women’s rights and whose work helped push forward equity for the LGBTQ+ community. They also dive into the vulnerability of reproductive rights in this country and discuss the power of the Latina electorate and the Black women’s vote. ITT Staff Picks: - “Ruth Bader Ginsburg matters, now as much as she ever has, but her survival alone couldn’t have saved us, any more than getting rid of Donald Trump will save us,” writes Rebecca Traister for The Cut. - In a roundup for Prism, Ashton Lattimore writes about how reproductive injustice is woven into America's history, from immigration, to prisons, and in healthcare.  - In Julio’s latest for Latino Rebels, he digs deep into the Biden campaign’s Latino outreach. Photo Credit: AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File  

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