traceeellisross

Tracee Ellis Ross

Actively compassionate advocate for freedom, equity and joy, culture of beauty expander...

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GIRL TALK ~ sneak peek from tomorrow’s episode of @blackishabc with @yarashahidi and @marsaimartin 🤳🏾😍 tune in tomorrow at 9|8c! #blackish
VOTE NOW OR NOV. 6 // @michelleobama #whenweallvote
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MIDTERMS ~ @andrewgillum I left work Friday night and got on a red eye to go to Florida to campaign all day Saturday for Andrew Gillum and the many important propositions on the ballot there. These midterm elections affect healthcare, education, employment, women’s right to choose, equal pay, and the restoration of voting rights (amendment 4 in Florida). I traveled around with @rjaigillum (Andrew’s wonderful partner and a leader in her own right) and @theoriginalbigdaddy. America is filled with the most incredible, engaged, active and powerful people. Voting is the most effective way to fundamentally change the daily conditions of our lives and the course of this country. The best way to improve our communities is to vote for leaders who will fight for your interests and have an understanding of your life and your concerns. Vote for the candidates that make you feel empowered, not afraid. Get educated so you can vote all the way up and down the ballot on initiatives and amendments, state representatives, etc. These are the things that affect our daily lives and freedoms. Our democracy is at stake. Things will get worse if we don’t show up for what we believe in. We must use our power and vote. Vote early so your hands are free to help others cast their ballot. And if you can’t vote for whatever reason then please assist in getting people to the polls. EARLY VOTING STARTS TOMORROW (MONDAY 10/22) IN FLORIDA
DR. DOROTHY BENDROSS-MINDINGALL // a powerhouse and force for good. (@samiranasr says this might be me in the future but I’ll have on a red lip. i agree. this is where I’m heading.) Dr. Dorothy is a former​ Democratic​ member of the Florida House of Representatives​, representing the 109th district. She was elected to the House in 2000 and reelected in 2002, 2004, and 2006.​ Term limits​ forced her to leave the legislature in 2009. Dr. Bendross-Mindingall currently serves on the Miami-Dade county school board for District 2. The facility, a former school, was named in her honor. She names herself as a teacher first and foremost.
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A FEW THOUGHTS ON STYLE ~ @instylemagazine hi @lenawaithe !!
VOTE // you beta speak @remyma @revolttv via @diddy
MAMA & RHONDA ~ this is everything @dianaross @therhondaross #tbt repost from @therhondaross
🎯 ~ girlfriends #tbt
BALANCE // STRENGTH // FOCUS ~ @tracyandersonmethod
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