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  • Education Equity
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    I am very concerned about this issue and the turbulent, political undertones of the conversation that seem to fragment and disconnect our country and your constituents. I hope that you and your fellow senators will make every effort to produce legislation that protects the rights of LGBTQ citizens, including but not limited to their rights for health, marriage, employment and personal safety.  

    Overall, I urge you to connect your constituents and look for non-divergent mediums that allow us to come back together as a country. To bridge the rift between people in America we need our leaders to create productive conversations with both sides, and find solutions with a long-term mindset. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes human equality the country’s priority.

  • Gender Rights Issues
  • I am writing to urge you to please focus your attention on the issue of Gender Equality in our country. Every person deserves fair treatment no matter their gender, sex or how they identify themselves.

    I am very concerned about this issue and the turbulent, political undertones of the conversation. While we are making great strides in improving gender inequality, major disparities and problems still exist regarding equal pay, workplace treatment, healthcare, domestic violence and more. Women of color and transgender women are particularly disadvantaged. I hope that you and your fellow senators will make every effort to produce legislation that upholds gender equality and brings people of all genders together.

    This year’s Women’s Marches, denunciations against sexual assault and other grassroots efforts towards this issue have been amazing. Let’s keep up the momentum with upcoming legislation that makes Gender Equality the country’s priority.  

    Overall, I urge you to connect your constituents and look for non-divergent mediums that allow us to come back together as a country. To bridge the rift between people in America we need our leaders to create productive conversations with both sides, and find solutions with a long-term mindset. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes human equality the country’s priority.  

  • Immigrants' Rights
  • I am writing to urge you to please focus your attention on the issue of Immigrants’ Rights in our country. As a great nation founded by immigrants, it is our duty to allow and to protect qualified, innocent people to enter and live in a place that was founded on those ideals.

    I am very concerned about this issue and the turbulent, political undertones of the current conversation. With the threats to end the DACA program, ban entrance to people from specific countries and build a wall across our border, our country is moving toward exclusivity that goes against the principal clearly stated on The Statue of Liberty:

    “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

    Immigrants are what strengthen our country and our values of equality, progress and community. I hope that you and your fellow senators will make every effort to uphold and protect these values.

    I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes Immigrants’ Rights the country’s priority. Thank you for your prompt attention to this issue.

  • Freedom of Speech & Government Transparency
  • I am writing to urge you to please focus your attention on the issue of Freedom of Speech & Government Transparency in our country. Every person deserves to express their opinions without government interference. In turn, the government must be transparent with its citizens.  

    I am very concerned about this issue and the turbulent, political undertones of the conversation that seem to take away from the real problems at hand. I hope that you and your fellow senators will make every effort to produce legislation that protects citizens’ freedom of speech and ensures that the government is truthful and open with the people regarding all that pertains to your work as our representatives.  

    Please join me in advocating for a free society and government accountability. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes Freedom of Speech & Government Transparency the country’s priority.  

    Overall, I urge you to connect your constituents and look for non-divergent mediums that allow us to come back together as a country. To bridge the rift between people in America we need our leaders to create productive conversations with both sides, and find solutions with a long-term mindset. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes government transparency the country’s priority.

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Humans < > Humans

We're founded through transparency, meaning markups and discounts are never part of our equation. Instead, we created an exclusive design this Black Friday, available only for three days, offered at the best price possible

With each link necklace purchased, we will be offering to write a letter to Congress in your home state, supporting one of five key issues that you would like your representative to focus on in upcoming votes and elections.

  • Education Equity
  • I am writing to urge you to please focus your attention on the issue of Education Equity in our country. Every young person deserves a fair opportunity to receive an education, regardless of their race, socio-economic background, sexual orientation or gender. This includes both K-12 schools, particularly public schools, as well as higher education institutions.

    This issue is very important to me, and I hope that you will work with the Department of Education and Secretary DeVos to improve K-12 education standards, and to reduce the steep costs of college tuition.

    Overall, I urge you to connect your constituents and look for non-divergent mediums that allow us to come back together as a country. To bridge the rift between people in America we need our leaders to create productive conversations with both sides, and find solutions with a long-term mindset. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes Education Equity the country’s priority.

  • LGBTQ Equality
  • I am writing to urge you to please focus your attention on the issue of LGBTQ Equality in our country. Every person deserves fair treatment no matter their sex, gender or sexual orientation.

    I am very concerned about this issue and the turbulent, political undertones of the conversation that seem to fragment and disconnect our country and your constituents. I hope that you and your fellow senators will make every effort to produce legislation that protects the rights of LGBTQ citizens, including but not limited to their rights for health, marriage, employment and personal safety.  

    Overall, I urge you to connect your constituents and look for non-divergent mediums that allow us to come back together as a country. To bridge the rift between people in America we need our leaders to create productive conversations with both sides, and find solutions with a long-term mindset. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes human equality the country’s priority.

  • Gender Rights Issues
  • I am writing to urge you to please focus your attention on the issue of Gender Equality in our country. Every person deserves fair treatment no matter their gender, sex or how they identify themselves.

    I am very concerned about this issue and the turbulent, political undertones of the conversation. While we are making great strides in improving gender inequality, major disparities and problems still exist regarding equal pay, workplace treatment, healthcare, domestic violence and more. Women of color and transgender women are particularly disadvantaged. I hope that you and your fellow senators will make every effort to produce legislation that upholds gender equality and brings people of all genders together.

    This year’s Women’s Marches, denunciations against sexual assault and other grassroots efforts towards this issue have been amazing. Let’s keep up the momentum with upcoming legislation that makes Gender Equality the country’s priority.  

    Overall, I urge you to connect your constituents and look for non-divergent mediums that allow us to come back together as a country. To bridge the rift between people in America we need our leaders to create productive conversations with both sides, and find solutions with a long-term mindset. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes human equality the country’s priority.  

  • Immigrants' Rights
  • I am writing to urge you to please focus your attention on the issue of Immigrants’ Rights in our country. As a great nation founded by immigrants, it is our duty to allow and to protect qualified, innocent people to enter and live in a place that was founded on those ideals.

    I am very concerned about this issue and the turbulent, political undertones of the current conversation. With the threats to end the DACA program, ban entrance to people from specific countries and build a wall across our border, our country is moving toward exclusivity that goes against the principal clearly stated on The Statue of Liberty:

    “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

    Immigrants are what strengthen our country and our values of equality, progress and community. I hope that you and your fellow senators will make every effort to uphold and protect these values.

    I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes Immigrants’ Rights the country’s priority. Thank you for your prompt attention to this issue.

  • Freedom of Speech & Government Transparency
  • I am writing to urge you to please focus your attention on the issue of Freedom of Speech & Government Transparency in our country. Every person deserves to express their opinions without government interference. In turn, the government must be transparent with its citizens.  

    I am very concerned about this issue and the turbulent, political undertones of the conversation that seem to take away from the real problems at hand. I hope that you and your fellow senators will make every effort to produce legislation that protects citizens’ freedom of speech and ensures that the government is truthful and open with the people regarding all that pertains to your work as our representatives.  

    Please join me in advocating for a free society and government accountability. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes Freedom of Speech & Government Transparency the country’s priority.  

    Overall, I urge you to connect your constituents and look for non-divergent mediums that allow us to come back together as a country. To bridge the rift between people in America we need our leaders to create productive conversations with both sides, and find solutions with a long-term mindset. I look forward to upcoming legislation that makes government transparency the country’s priority.

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