E 6 • 06/01/2021
Celebrate the LGBTQ+ lawmakers representing queer communities and bringing change, including Jabari Brisport of New York, Stephanie Byers of Kansas and Tiara Mack of Rhode Island.
Rainbow WaveE1Sarah McBride
Delaware Senator Sarah McBride discusses her journey to become the first openly transgender state senator, the need for diversity in Congress and her fight for universal paid medical leave.
Rainbow WaveE2Ritchie Torres
Bronx Representative Ritchie Torres describes overcoming the odds as the first out LGBTQ+ Afro-Latinx person elected to Congress, then speaks to the importance of passing the Equality Act.
Rainbow WaveE3Adrian Tam
Adrian Tam describes defeating a local Proud Boys leader to become the first out LGBTQ+ member of Hawaii's House of Representatives, then affirms his goal of expanding affordable housing
Rainbow WaveE4Mauree Turner
Oklahoma Representative Mauree Turner -- the country's first nonbinary state lawmaker -- explains what led them to get involved in criminal justice reform and community organizing.
Rainbow WaveE5Kim Jackson
Pastor Kim Jackson, Georgia's first openly LGBTQ+ state senator, talks about breaking barriers in politics and in her church, then shares how she plans to represent progressive Christianity.
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