Now Is The Time, signed by Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Photo by Erika Therwhanger
Jamie Lee Curtis jumped backwards and said Now Is the Time gave her goosebumps :)
Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards loved Now Is The Time, and told us she was going to hang hers in her office.
Maxine Waters (U.S. Representative for California's 43rd congressional district). She is the most senior of the 12 black women currently serving in the United States Congress, and is a member and former chair of the Congressional Black Caucus.
Tawana W. Cadien, running for U.S. Congress in Texas' 10th Congressional District will be the first woman to take that seat if she wins. Tawana told us that "Now" is definitely "The Time"!
Women often respond to the print by telling a story of a “first” they were involved in. I was particularly moved by a group of women I met at the Equal Rights Advocates luncheon in SF, who felt Now Is The Time deeply resonated for them. They had faced brutal sexual discrimination in their work at a shipyard where the gender imbalance was 16 to 1. They spoke out against injustice even though they knew it could cause them their job. For Jamieka Brown & the woman of Norfolk Ship Repair, “Now” is definitely “the Time!”
High school students like Juliet says "I was instantly drawn to it, and I love the metaphoric content behind it."
Yale student Sergio Lopez one of the youngest delegates for the DNC this year said it reminded him of “how far we’ve come & how much remains to be done”
Women entrepreneurs like Linda Molnar & her friends say Now Is The Time.
Phone-banking & canvassing with Max the Dog at Prameela Bartholomeusz's. Now Is The Time :)