Our communities are full of color, culture, languages, experiences, and identities. It is our diversity that makes America strong and unique. However, the rights for our community to express itself are varied. We have had to fight for our voices and be able to live our true and authentic selves. The fight to make America more equitable and safer for every person regardless of color, race, sex, gender expression, religion, sexual identity, and history is far from over. We have to continue working to expand the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all Americans.
That is why Natalie supports the call for reparations for African Americans, the right for women to choose, and creating a National Office of Disability Coordination that will work to advance the full inclusion of people with disabilities. Natalie stands in solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community. Natalie supports adjusting the federal poverty line to account for geographic cost variation, costs related to healthcare, work expenses, childcare needs, and necessities such as internet access.