If you believe women, minorities, LGBTQ and the disabled should have the same rights as everyone else.
If you believe climate change is real.
If you believe this country has still not yet evolved and has work to do in order to overcome our history of racism and misogyny. A country where the Voting Rights Act was signed a mere 51 years ago. A country where women could not vote until 1920. A country where Jim Crow laws prevented non-white citizens from voting until 1965 and continues to disenfranchise black voters through gerrymandering. A country where many people still alive today had to fight just to be recognized as an equal citizen.
If you believe we are a country of immigrants, many of them arriving just recently. Some of them our mothers and fathers, or even ourselves. Immigrants who built our country and continue to be the backbone and engine, often without reaping the rewards of their contributions.
If you believe health care is a human right, not a privilege.
If you believe these things, the fight did not end on November 8, it just started.