Kamala has always stood up “for the people.” She knows that our diversity is our greatest strength, and that until all of us are equal, none of us are equal.
Justice is on the ballot; any time we deny justice to someone because of their race, their religion, or the language they speak, we deny justice to all the people. That’s why, as president, Kamala will fight to lift up historically disadvantaged and marginalized communities. This means making bold investments in communities of color and clearing the way onto critical on-ramps to economic opportunity like capital to start a business.
It means fighting to protect every American’s fundamental right to vote.
It means reforming our criminal justice system, which is deeply flawed and infected with bias.
It means reopening our doors to refugees and asylum-seekers of every race and religion, taking executive action to create a path to citizenship for DREAMers, and fighting to enact 21st century immigration reform that lives up to our values.
It means combating racial disparities in our health care system and delivering culturally competent care and resources patients need.
We need a president who will do everything in her power to level the playing field, stand up for equal rights and opportunities for all, and remind Americans that we have so much more in common than what separates us. Kamala will be that president.