The 19th Amendment Did Not Liberate Black Women

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“This week marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. And we celebrate the women who fought for that right,” Harris said. “Yet so many of the Black women who helped secure that victory were still prohibited from voting, long after its ratification.” — Kamala Harris…

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Allison Gaines

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Womanist Scholar ♥︎ bylines @ Zora, Level, Momentum, GEN, EICCultured, AfroSapiophile, CoFounder of #WEOC allisonthedailywriter.com ☕️ ko-fi.com/allyfromnola

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