December: Year In Review 2019

This year has been historic. It has been one of heartbreak and pain, of triumph and celebration, of rollbacks on human rights, of amazing steps and feats toward progress. It has been a year that not only felt like the end of a decade, but a decade all on its own. As the year comes to a close, we take pause to reflect and recharge, because we know that next year we have to leave it all on the table.

We are proud of the work we did in 2019, and grateful to have done it by your side. Next year, we know the 2020 election is not just about the names on the ballot; it’s about the issues up for debate, up for a vote, and up for a fight.

And we intend to fight.

So to prepare for the work ahead, let’s get caught up on where we’ll be policy-wise when the new year kicks off. We’re covering what’s happened in the months since we released our Reproductive Rights, Health, and Justice; Justice-Involved Women and Girls; Black Maternal Health; Mental Health; LGBTQ+ Rights, Equity, and Liberation; Immigration; and Menstrual Equity Policy Packs.

Download the Policy Pack Here

 

*A previous version of this Policy Pack failed to recognize the nights and times moderators and candidates, alike, included abortion, reproductive rights, and reproductive justice in the Democratic Debates. We regret the error and appreciate the leaders who called us in on this.