Hey Women!

blog58Like your job? Like your doctor? Have you thanked your grandmother lately?  (Or your great-grandmother if you are a millennial.) You should say a little prayer of thanks to those women because they made that job and that doctor possible. 97 years ago, women like your grandmother and great grandmother took to the streets of America and demanded the right to vote, to inherit property, to receive their own paycheck for their own work and all the rights that men had.  Unfortunately, these women have largely been forgotten.  Young women today have no idea how much they gained by the 19th Amendment and how many women streamed into the streets by the thousands in large and small towns across America to demand the same rights as men. I helped celebrate the 97th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment in Anchorage with this flyer and concept. So, tonight, say a little thank you to your grandmother – or great grandmother –for what they did for you. And keep fighting for your own rights.  We still have a long way to go. [See my books at https://authormasterminds.com/master-of-the-impossible-crime.]

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