Actress, comedian and ACLU celebrity ambassador Sasheer Zamata, created a great video with ACLU to explain the fight for gender and race inequality. It wonderfully explains the structural discrimination against women in employment, education, healthcare, housing, and criminal justice through advocacy and public education.
The ACLU Women’s Rights Project was co-founded in 1972 by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who called women’s rights “an essential part of the overall human rights agenda.”
Zamata—who was named one of Cosmopolitan’s “13 Funny Women to Watch in 2014,”—joins Harry Belafonte, Michael K. Williams, Lewis Black, Marlee Matlin, and others, to amplify the ACLU's work on priority civil liberties issues, including mass incarceration, voting rights, disability rights, and LGBT.
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