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Justice Ginsburg leaves her legacy as a principled defender of justice. She led by example that the Supreme Court belongs to no political party, but rather to the American people. The people must retain the power to decide on the leaders who select our court, who defend our rights, and protect our future. The election is already underway and this monumental decision must fall to those leaders currently being chosen by voters.
Advocacy can take many forms, and AAUW honors the different skills our community brings to their activism. In that light, we have developed a number of ways for you to engage in this fight for a just and fair Supreme Court.
“Convening” Presentations are recorded and posted at the link above;
scroll down the page to see the various topics available.
AAUW Albuquerque Branch
Guests are welcome to attend a Branch meeting. Please contact us at our e-mail for any questions you might have.
We hope you can take a moment to: