Protests are sweeping across Iran in the wake of the death of the young women, Mahsa Amini, who was arrested by the Iranian Morality Police for not wearing her hijab properly. We stand with the women and protestors of Iran speaking to truth and fighting to get the word out. Find here facts on the situation, how you can engage, and what actions the US Government can do.
Call On Your Members Of Congress To Cosponsor The Girls Lead Act
Let’s resolve to help create a world without bias, stereotypes and discrimination – a world in which all women are free and equal and all of us can live in peace. There’s never been a more important moment to take a stand. Watch our video of advocates, friends, strangers and community members from all over the world commit to breaking the bias.
Contact your congressmember and tell them to vote yes on the Safe from the Start Act!
Click here to contact YOUR individual congressmember and send a pre-written message urging them to pass this important bill. It’s easy, takes one minute, and makes a huge difference. Thank YOU for your help!
Since its original passage in 1984, FVPSA has served over 1.3 million domestic violence victims and their children during one of the most vulnerable points in their lives. FVPSA provides critical funding that survivors rely on for domestic violence services such as housing, emergency shelter, transportation, childcare, and medical and legal counseling. Survivors and their families cannot wait for Congress to reauthorize this critical legislation!
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Futures Without Violence is a proud supporter of the Keeping Girls in School Act of 2021. The bill has bipartisan support in both houses of congress. It was re-introduced in June of 2021 by Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Susan Collins (R-ME) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Rob Portman (R-OH) in the Senate and Representatives Lois Frankel (D-FL) and Mike Waltz (R-FL) in the House.