Hi Lovelies, I hope you had a great Tuesday and that you exercised your right to vote, Women were given the right to vote on August 18, 1920. But women's rights were being fought way back in 1848, creating the Women's Rights Movement. Creating what is now in the U.S. Constitution, as the 19th Amendment.
Minorities from the African American, Asian, and Latin Cultural fought for the right to vote from 1920-1970. People in this demographic weren't allowed to vote, and had to do the necessary painstaking work in order to create change. These freedoms make our country what it today, a diverse tapestry of cultural freedom.
It is important to exercise your right to vote, even if you think that your candidate may or may not win. Voting anytime shows that you want your voice heard, and that the political process is part of our democracy. There have been so many people that have forged the groundwork ahead of us, it will be up to all of us to reflect on our past, then move forward with the hopes and dreams of our future! I was also reminded by my very wise 9 year-old daughter to vote. It is so amazing how children learn from their parenting examples, I want to be a great guide for my childrens growth and learning in life.
I decided to wear my black dress today, the weather was a perfect 70 degrees, but I felt the need to break up my color palette, so I added a really fun, cute pair of shoes, to my look!
Black Dress- Belle Sky JC Penney
Black Trench- Larry Levine
|Quote by 29th U.S. President Woodrow Wilson|
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