Chris Cornell’s Daughter Makes Bold Eddie Vedder Family Claim


Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder’s wife Jill Vedder has released a new photo with Chris Cornell’s daughter Lily and her mother Susan Silver.

Jill wrote, “Celebrating and learning more about @artscorp Seattle with some of my favorite people… the talent in the room was beyond amazing …. thank you all for sharing your gifts !!! 💜Arts Corps revolutionizes arts education by igniting the creative power of young people through culturally engaging learning experiences💜 thank you Vivien for a incredible night filled with music and pure joy 💜”

Lily Cornell Silver commented, “Four of the most amazing women in my life!! Thank you for helping raise me and teaching me every day! Such a beautiful night.”

Jill Vedder also recently posted, “#Repost @supermajority ・・・Yesterday, the Alabama Senate passed the most extreme abortion ban we’ve seen since Roe v. Wade. Here’s what you need to know and what you can do:

This bill hasn’t been signed or implemented yet. Until it is, abortion remains a safe, legal medical procedure in Alabama. Spread the word.

25 white men in the state senate voted for the bill. It provides no exceptions for rape or incest and would jail doctors who provide abortions for up to 99 years. And there’s no hidden agenda: This is a bill designed to make it to the Supreme Court—where Brett Kavanaugh is now a deciding vote—to overturn Roe v. Wade and undo a right we have had for more than 40 years.

This isn’t just an Alabama problem. Georgia just passed a ban on abortion before many people know they are pregnant. Four states have passed six-week bans already this year. This is a nationwide political crisis that requires a political solution—and a supermajority to fight.

If you’re feeling scared or angry today, you’re not alone. There are a few things you can do to fight back and to prevent this from happening again.
[1] Call Governor Kay Ivey and ask her to veto the bill. The governor’s office is 334-242-7100.
[2] Use your voice in any way you can. Post articles on social media. Write a letter to your local newspaper or call into a local radio station. Talk to your family and friends. We can’t be silent about our rights.
[3] Support groups who are working hard to keep abortion safe and legal abortion in Alabama, like @yellowfund, @acluofalabama, @sistersong_woc, @sparkrjnow, @arc_southeast.
[4] Get ready to vote like your rights depend on it—and not just in presidential elections. Alabama has local elections this year. Check your voter registration and ask five friends to do the same.”