Today is the 93rd anniversary of women’s suffrage. This was a first step toward equality for American women; and 93 years later, we still have many more to go.
Will you keep your celebration of this right to only today? Or will you use it as a way to strengthen today’s fight for equality going? There are a number of things you can do to engage:
Get 5 women, who don’t normally vote, to vote in November.
Help a woman run for office.
You run for office.
Take a pay negotiation seminar.
Volunteer for a women’s organization.
Mentor a young woman.
Teach your niece, cousin, sister, mother, grandmother, daughter, goddaughter, friend’s daughter, godmother, aunt, roommate, or neighbor what it means to be a feminist.
Teach your nephew, cousin, brother, father, grandfather, son, godson, friend’s son, godfather, uncle, roommate or neighbor what it means to be a feminist.
GO TO THE CT NOW NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR TOMORROW, 5 – 7 PM AT BESITO, 46 SOUTH MAIN STREET, WEST HARTFORD!
How will you keep the fight going?