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Charlotte Williams

Reproductive Justice and the 2022 Elections

After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, reproductive health and rights are effectively on the ballot in 2022. Kansas voters have already spoken decisively, defeating an attempt to remove protections for abortion rights from their state constitution in early August. To ensure more wins nationwide, organizations – especially BIPOC-led power-building organizations – like…

Prepared to Meet the Moment: Tides Advocacy Announces New Leadership Team Members

As I reflect on the state of our world & nation, it is critical to expand and strengthen 501c4 power to not only empower liberatory systems and practices but to also transform our political landscape. I am deeply grateful to share some exciting developments at Tides Advocacy that will enable us to meet this critical…

Roe v Wade Overturned: The Road Ahead

This morning’s 6-3 Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade eliminates a nearly 50-year-old constitutional right to safe, legal abortion. While this ruling was expected, we find ourselves angry and fearful for the direction of our society. At this moment, we hold space and also reckon with the realities in which we find ourselves….

Tides Advocacy Adds Four Philanthropy and Social Justice Leaders to Its Board of Directors

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Tides Advocacy announced the election of four new board members – Nat Chioke-Williams, Judy Hatcher, Dr. Monique Morris, and Dr. Aisha Nyandoro. In addition, new board leadership – Vincent Jones (Chair), Rajasvini Bhansali (Secretary), and Deb Kinney (Treasurer), join together to provide strategic direction to help Tides Advocacy to continue its’…

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