Here's the world we want: a world where reproductive rights are recognized as basic human rights, and all people, regardless of gender or sexual orientation, zip code or color, are empowered and protected. That's why we're joining the United Nations' platform to make the World We Want a reality — but we can't do it alone.
As Secretary of State, John Kerry has continued Hillary Clinton's strong legacy as a champion for women around the world, but there's still plenty of work to do. Will you join us in asking Sec. Kerry to lead the fight for the World We Want?
You can lead the fight
Dear Secretary Kerry,
As Secretary of State, you've continued Hillary Clinton's strong legacy as a champion for women and girls around the world. Today, I ask you to join me in fighting for the world I want:A world where access to health care doesn't depend on your postal code. Or your gender. Or your sexual identity. Or the language you speak. Or the color of your skin. A world where politicians don't come between a woman and her health care provider.A world where girls are just as likely as boys to stay in school, go after the jobs they want, and become leaders in their communities.A world with no new HIV infections and where those living with HIV are able to make decisions about their health and lives, just like anybody else.A world where young people are empowered and trusted with information about sex -- so they can prevent unintended pregnancy and protect themselves from STDs.A world where all people have equal protection and equal benefit under the law.A world that is free of stigma, discrimination, and violence.A world where reproductive rights are recognized as human rights.A world that acknowledges that the only way forward is to protect and expand these rights.A world where all people control their own bodies and their own destinies.This is the world we want. And this is the world we'll fight for!The World We Want is more than a vision. It's a promise. I hope you'll continue to stand with us as we work to fulfill that promise for women around the world, on International Women's Day and every day.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]