I was in my 20s when I first set foot inside the U.S. Capitol. My then-boyfriend, now husband, and I moved to Washington, D.C., in the summer of 1995. Our apartment was on Capitol Hill, and the Capitol was no longer just in my history books.
“We must unite against all actions that seek to privilege white Christians above all others. We will never stop fighting for an America that fulfills its promise of freedom and equality for all of us, no matter what our religious beliefs, what we look like, who we love, or who we are," said Rachel Laser, AU CEO and President.