Why we keep fighting: A salute to the women who got us this far

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It’s official: Donald Trump is set to become the president of the United States, dashing the hopes of feminists poised to usher in the first woman president in the country’s history.

Nearly 100 years since women won the right to vote in the United States, the nation had a chance to elect a woman as its commander-in-chief. Hillary Clinton had already made history by clinching the Democratic nomination, but voters rejected her historic bid for the presidency on Tuesday. That “highest, hardest glass ceiling” remains in place, awaiting the woman who’ll shatter it. 

Clinton was hopeful in her concession speech: “Someday, someone will.” Read more…

More about Women S Rights, Election 2016, Election Day 2016, Vote, and President
Source: Mashable

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