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An Intersectional Movement

Recognizing that Latinx issues are American issues, and American issues are Latinx issues, Voto Latino is active in at the intersection of a number of  other social movements, such as LGBTQIA liberation, reproductive justice and access to affordable healthcare, and racial justice.

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Recognizing that Latinx issues are American issues, and American issues are Latinx issues, Voto Latino is active at the intersection of a number of other social movements, such as LGBTQIA liberation, reproductive justice, access to affordable healthcare, and racial justice.

In 2019, Voto Latino marched with The Latino GLBT History Project at Capital Pride in Washington, D.C., to celebrate and support our Latinx LGBT+ compañerxs during Pride month.

Voto Latino has also advocated for abortion access and reproductive healthcare, since 81 percent of Latinas say they should have access. As states passed a slew of restrictive abortion laws in 2019, Voto Latino supported and shared information on #StopTheBans rallies happening across the country. And in 2016, Voto Latino rallied with more than 2,000 protestors, urging the Supreme Court to reaffirm every woman’s right to access safe and legal reproductive care in the case of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt.

Voto Latino continues to advocate for accessible and affordable health care, most recently organizing uninsured Latinx people to use the Affordable Care Act to gain access to insurance and pushing back on efforts to weaken or repeal the ACA.

In January 2019, Voto Latino helped raise awareness for injustices affecting indigenous communities by participating in the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington, D.C.

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