April 7, 2012
In March 2012, We Belong Together brought a delegation of twenty women from across the nation to bear witness and shed light on the impact of Alabama's HB56. The delegates wrote about their hopes and experiences in a Blog Carnival on Moms Rising, a national network of women dedicated to building a more family-friendly America. To read their blogs, click on the links below.
A Blog Carnival Celebrating our Common Humanity: We Belong Together Goes to Alabama by Miriam Yeung, Executive Director of the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum
Criminal Moms by Tiffany Williams, Advocacy Director for Break the Chain campaign at Institute for Policy Studies
We Belong Together From Georgia to Alabama by Betty G. Robinson, Community Organizer and Co-Editor of Hands on the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC
Why I am Driving to Birmingham by Ruth Ann Powers, educator and devout member of the United Methodist Church
We Belong Together, Why I am Going to Birmingham, AL by Helly Lee, Policy Director for The Southeast Asia Research Action Center