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Welcome to Black History Month. People are INDIVIDUALS


Vice President Kamala Harris in Suffragette White.  AP Photo
Vice President Kamala Harris in Suffragette White. AP Photo

All of us in the Feminist Community are so hopeful that with the Election of our First Madam Vice President, a Black & Asian Woman at that, that we can see real unity in these Divided States of America.


Vice President Harris, with her Multi-Racial heritage is the embodiment of the United Nations all in one person, bringing many firsts to her Historic Election as the second highest Elected Official in the US.


The wearing of Suffragette White was a huge detail in recognition that WOMEN still need Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.


Income Inequality for WOMEN is still such a huge problem & my #1 motivating factor for everything I do - more on that when we get to Women's History Month next month.


So on the First Day of Black History Month, here is a gentle reminder that Civil Rights ARE Women's Rights.


And Women's Rights ARE Civil Rights.


How do we do this?


By Learning to treat People as Individuals.


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