Rachael Eberhardt

  • donated 2024-04-15 05:03:27 -0500

    Resisting Discrimination All Year

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    The signs are clear.  We will face challenges to the legal and social equality we have achieved in the coming years.  The forces of reaction at the national and state level are strong.  But YOU can help us fight back all year with a sustaining, monthly investment in our work.  Monthly giving is the best option for most budgets and it provides TEP with a reliable source of revenue for the battles we face throughout the year.

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  • signed Call on the Coffee County DA to Resign 2019-09-26 08:14:07 -0500
    He’s has now refused to prosecute the cyber bullying of an lgbt teen, Channing Smith, who then shot himself. This sets a dangerous precedent and he doesn’t deserve the office if he’s refuses to follow the law. He can’t pick and choose who he prosecutes for crimes based solely on his belief system

    Call on the Coffee County DA to Resign

    Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott has made anti-Muslim statements and said that he does not treat LGBTQ people experiencing domestic violence the same as other survivors.  He can no longer effectively serve the people of Coffee County or the thousands of people who visit Coffee County each year for Bonnaroo.

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    We call on Craig Northcott to resign the office of District Attorney for Coffee County.  His anti-Muslim statements and his admission that he does not treat LGBTQ domestic violence cases with respect are disqualifying for office.  He must step down so that the people of Coffee County can be served by a District Attorney who will apply the law according to the principle of equal protection.

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