The former president of Planned Parenthood and a Black Lives Matter co-founder are joining with the director of a domestic workers’ advocacy group to launch a new political action group in advance of the 2020 election. Cecile Richards, the former CEO of abortion chain Planned Parenthood, and Alicia Garza, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter, are partnering with Ai-jen Poo, director of National Domestic Workers Alliance. The women say one of the priorities of their group, dubbed Supermajority, is to create a “women’s New Deal for gender equality.”According to BuzzFeed News, the organizers plan to teach two million women how to engage in political activism. The report added: The group will emphasize the intersection of issues affecting different racial and socioeconomic groups in the US, Richards and Poo told BuzzFeed News Saturday. In collaboration with its separate education division, Supermajority will train women on how to participate in politics and activism in their communities, both online and on the ground. The progressive leaders said they will travel around the country for a “listening tour” to meet with women about priority issues. Amid concerns that Planned Parenthood’s new president, Dr. Leana Wen, is moving the abortion vendor away from politics and… Read full this story
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