“I just think we need to have more people of color and women and LGBT people not just represented — but leading,”
“If we want to fix our world, they know what’s wrong with it because they’ve been on the short end of the stick.”
It is no secret that representation in power structures is vital. For a middle aged well-off white woman to openly advocate for representation rights and push for necessary movements is a step in the right direction towards innovative reformation for this country.
“Ms. Nixon proposes a $700 million expansion of child care subsidies and a new program to pay for college. She calls for more access to social services outside the classroom. And she sharply criticizes the status quo as a system where “white, wealthy children are prepared for college, and low-income children of color are disproportionately put into the school-to-prison pipeline.” - A City Hall Newsletter sourced on Politico.
As you can see, Cynthia Nixon blatantly opposes our current functions of education and education expenses, having no issue describing exactly where it lacks. We need candidates who are willing to tell the truth that has been swept under the rug for so long.
Lastly, but of course not least in significance, Cynthia Nixon is no stranger to the hurdles, doors, and ceilings that exist in the world. Her knowledge and personal experiences help her advocacy for LGBTQ, persons of color, and women, in addition to the overall fight against inequality.
We appreciate Cynthia Nixon, and in the words of one of our fav boss ladies Olivia Pope, we are ready to meet more gladiators who proudly wear the white hat.