February 26, 2021

In This Episode:

Join the #SistersInLaw this week as they stand up for Neera Tanden and share their own experiences with sexism– and how to beat it!  Then they take on the threats to voting rights facing minorities in our country and fill us in on the current efforts at suppression.  Can it be stopped?  If anything, the George Floyd Justice and Policing Act is a start towards tackling systemic racism, but there’s a lot more (legal) work to do!

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