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You are receiving this message as a member of Hillaryclinton.com's online community. Please take a look at NoLimits.org's message below from Ann Lewis about the important work they do. NoLimits.org is solely responsible for the content of this message.

When then First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton told the world in 1995 that "women's rights are human rights, and human rights are women's rights," she sent a message of hope and aspiration that continues to resonate today, from kitchen tables in American cities to small villages in countries around the globe.

As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has continued her strong commitment to human rights and women's rights. In the last year, she has appointed the first ever Ambassador for Global Women's Issues, chaired the first UN Security Council session on violence against women, and offered significant medical help and protection for rape victims in the Congo.
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Secretary Clinton has spoken out for religious freedom and diversity in Tazakh, LGBT rights in town halls from Washington, D.C. to Moldova, and increased access to technology for grassroots advocates fighting to be heard in Iran. She's condemned the murder of journalists in Russia, and called on China to release those still imprisoned for their actions during the protests in Tiananmen Square two decades ago.

To read more about Hillary's work around the world - CLICK HERE.

Here at NoLimits.org, we're proud of Hillary's leadership as Secretary of State: working to rebuild our global alliances and serving as a strong voice for human rights. Our progressive agenda includes supporting these new directions in foreign policy, and also focuses on economic and work-family issues here at home, including the need for health care reform and new initiatives to combat the too-high rate of unemployment. We are advocates for an America engaged and active, domestically and internationally, supporting policies that truly reflect our values.

"I hope you believe, as I do, that foreign policy matters", Hillary said at our policy conference last month, "[and] that what we're doing can be explained and understood by the small business owner in Colorado or the homemaker in California...because it is important to our society and it's important to who we are as a nation, what we stand for in pursuit of our interests and in accordance with our values. I believe that...but we have to make the case to the rest of our country as well."

So if you agree with Hillary that foreign policy matters...
...that we must work to increase access to education globally for every child - girls and boys;
...that strengthening economic opportunity for every family helps to build the world we want our children to inherit;
...and that we are proud of leadership that works to end violence against women and recognizes that women's rights are truly human rights...

Then join us and help to make the case!

Thank you for all you have done and all you continue to do.

Ann F. Lewis
President, NoLimits.org

P.S. As Hillary said, "With our creativity, ingenuity and innovative spirit, there are No Limits to what is possible." We can do so much by working together - will you help by sending this message on to a friend?

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