That’s what she said: Top Tweets from women in politics this week (11/9)

This week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was sworn in, and had a #winning moment when he pushed gender equality in the right direction, and Congresswoman Gwen Moore (D-WI) seems to agree. Moore gave Trudeau kudos for his move to elect a gender-equal cabinet. GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina outlined what it means to be a feminist with a hopeful message, emphasizing “choice” as a catalyst for women to live “lives of dignity and purpose and meaning.”

Rep. Donna F. Edwards took a stand with President Barack Obama’s on his criminal justice initiative to #BanTheBox, which delays former convicts from revealing their criminal history on federal job applications. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee criticized newly-elected House Speaker Paul Ryan for the 2016 House of Representatives calendar schedule released on Tuesday, which calls for 111 work days - or a two day work week. Find out more in this week’s edition of That’s What She Said!

 

 

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That’s what she said: Top Tweets from women in politics this week (11/9)