After the 2016 election, women all over America were looking for a political home that would train and organize them to fight the rollback of our rights. Supermajority co-founders Cecile Richards, Ai-jen Poo, and Alicia Garza were being stopped on the streets by women asking what they could do next. They knew that stopping the Trump administration’s harmful policies would require women across the country and across demographics to come together, organize and vote. In 2017, they launched Supermajority to create that community — a voting advocacy hub focussed not only on protecting women’s rights, but on bringing women together as a political force that transcended age, race, and background.
On April 29, 2019, Cecile, Ai-jen, and Alicia partnered with trailblazing activists Deirdre Schifeling, Jess Morales Rocketto, and Katherine Grainger to launch the Supermajority Education Fund, a sister organization dedicated to supporting Supermajority’s mission through research, education, and development programs that prepare women to lead.
One woman can be ignored. Two women can be dismissed. But thousands of women, working together, are unstoppable.
Today, we’re a community of 4 million strong and growing.
Supermajority and Supermajority Education Fund Executive Director Amanda Brown Lierman wrote a powerful letter to the women of America. Read it now and learn more about the values that guide everything we do.