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Megan Rapinoe on Creating a Better Future for Women

Photo credit: Women for Biden
Photo credit: Women for Biden

From Seventeen

With nearly one month until election day, women around the country are demanding change and looking towards a better, more inclusive future. One group in particular, Women for Biden, held a virtual live event with Seventeen on Oct. 1 called “On the Line: Women Changemakers for Joe and Kamala,” which focused on coming together to make a difference.

The video discussion — timed to Native Women’s Equal Pay Day —included advocates and activists from all paths, such as Megan Rapinoe, Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, Student Debt Crisis Executive Director Natalia Abrams, activist Aminah Ghaffar, and advocate Mia Ives-Rublee. Throughout the Facebook Live, which you can watch here, the group spoke about issues that affect women of different backgrounds, all while celebrating the work of Millennial and Gen Z changemakers.

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