You can never separate yourself from who you are. You bring your whole self to everything that you do.
I went to law school because I understood what the power of the law is to make a difference in people's lives.
You need the activism. You need people who are organized and willing to bring light to injustices in society.
I think that the notion of justice and the issues and values that I understood growing up and [have] continued to embrace throughout my life and into my career have been the same.
I know that so many women don't have a choice. They could lose their job if they say, 'I need to leave because I don't have childcare.'
I think that language matters. I think that people who are in public life have an opportunity to help the public understand issues and understand the urgency of issues. And to that extent, I think it is important how issues are talked about.
You need people who are shaping and advocating for the actual policies and structural changes that need to occur in order to address those issues. That's where the politics and t
Hillary [Clinton] has a really broad approach to engaging people around policy precisely because she understands that there are so many different dimensions to each issue.
I think throughout my life I've had an appreciation for how all of these things have to come together in order to realize and then sustain change.
Being a parent, I'm acutely aware of how hard it is to get good childcare.
To me, I think the core values that will help create the world that we're striving to live in are constant.
It would be pretty impossible for us to separate our personal and professional lives, because so much of what we do comes from how we were raised and what we share and who we are.
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