We have to stand up now for all the people of Georgia and build the kind of multiracial coalition needed to ensure people have access to health care, that we get real COVID-19 relief, and that we stand up for the dignity of work.
I see my service in the Senate as a continuation of my life’s work. The last time I was in the Capitol, I was arrested in an act of civil disobedience fighting for health care. Now I return as a policy maker, still fighting for health care.
As we remember and celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today, let us recommit ourselves to continuing his life's work.
"We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny.”
Only together can we build the beloved community.
I received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. It's important that we trust science and listen to experts, continue to social distance, and wear a mask.
I pray that as we take these steps, we can fight this pandemic, ease the burden on our essential workers, and recover.
In this moment of unrest, violence and anger, we must remember the words of Dr. King, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” Let each of us try to be a light to see our country out of this dark moment.
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