11. Tell ’em why you mad son!
By the time you read this post the picture above from Angela Peoples might just be viral. Someone shared it on Facebook and women both black and white had much to say. Some found it divisive and offensive while others felt is justly expressed the emotions of women after this election. You can guess who felt what.
No matter were you are in this fight I’m hoping that, like me, you are motivated to do more than share a social media post. That you are inspired to vote in your local elections and beyond marching on a cold rainy day in January that you continue to fight for the rights of all groups/races/genders who are discriminated against.
If you are a part of the 53% of white women who voted for Trump please feel free to leave a comment with WHY! Honestly and truly I want to know.
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