After a devastating upset over Secretary Hillary Clinton, in the early hours of Wednesday, November 9th President-Elect Donald Trump said: "I will be president for all Americans."
But in the days and hours since those words were spoken, we've seen even more of the hateful rhetoric and acts that defined his campaign. And Trump has done nothing to speak out against them.
If Trump is serious about protecting all Americans, he's got to prove it. Today, the rights of young women, people of color, individuals of different faiths, and many more are under attack because of verbal and physical violence perpetuated in Trump's name.
Tell Trump he needs to make good on his promise to be a president for all Americans and speak out against racist, sexist, hateful acts spreading across our country.