Rebecca Kislak has championed economic, racial, and reproductive justice her whole life.

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I am running for State Representative to bring my life-long experience working for economic, racial, and reproductive justice to the state house.

As I have met with people across the district, I have heard the same thing over and over. Residents are looking for an effective, progressive leader to be their voice and advocate in the State House.

As your state representative, I will fight for all Rhode Islanders to have access to a great education, good jobs that pay a living wage, housing that is healthy and affordable, and a healthcare system that works for all of us.

I look forward to meeting with residents throughout our entire district during this campaign. I want to hear your hopes and concerns, and I want to share with you my ideas about how we can make our community one where all residents, from all of our neighborhoods in RI House District 4 – Mount Hope, Summit, Observatory, Blackstone – can succeed and thrive.

See you in the neighborhood!

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Immigrants held in ICE jails received medical care so bad it resulted in two preventable surgeries, including an 8-year-old boy who had to have part of his forehead removed, and contributed to four deaths, according to an internal complaint from an agency whistleblower.
BASTA!! https://t.co/y2QdnU78mb

I just read this book up students at MLK Elementary School in Providence and am so inspired. The kids have great thoughts and questions about leadership, representation, and policy that affects them. I want to hear more! Thank you!!! @pvdschools @ElementaryZone

@RebeccaKislak As usual, I've seen analysis suggesting the $ is supposed to come from paying teachers, bus drivers, & custodians less. I am tired of this narrative that paying people poorly will make education better. In fact, paying teachers well benefits kids (e.g. https://t.co/tMUrxxXKHv).

They didn't learn about voting rights.
Nor about the duties of the 3 branches of government.
These Rhode Island students are suing ... for the right to learn civics. https://t.co/JxkwofE5Bp @csmonitor @StacyTKhadaroo #Recharge

I’m sure someone has posted this to the twitters but I haven’t seen it here yet. Here is the report of the @pvdschools financial analysis: https://t.co/5PA7Pr7Jhk I’ve just printed it and am sure I’ll have thoughts later. I’m interested in what you think too.

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