What legacy will we leave them?

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2 Mar 2016

On Tuesday, more than 110 eighth grade girls participated in the 20th Annual Girls’ Day at the State House. They traveled from Fort Fairfield and York, Rangeley and Princeton, Swan’s Island and Mattawamkeag, and many towns in between. They learned about the importance of women’s leadership, how ideas become law, and they strengthened their advocacy skills.

Girls’ Day is one of the best days of the year—a day filled with inspirational moments that highlight the power of raising your voice on the issues that matter most in your life.

The future of Maine was in the State House on Tuesday. But we can’t help asking ourselves, what will that future look like? What legacy will we leave those girls to build upon?

When you make a gift to the Maine Women’s Lobby, you help make sure there is a strong voice advocating for a bright future for those girls—and for all Mainers.

A future where all of us can meet our basic needs.

A future where we can all live our lives free from the fear of violence or assault.

A future without discrimination.

A future where our workplace policies reflect the realities of our lives today.

A future where everyone has access to a full range of health care.




Thank you for standing with us to create a future where every woman has equal rights, equal opportunity, and the power to direct her own life.

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