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19 ways to celebrate the 19th Amendment

Taylor Barnes writes, "In 1920, women had a big win for feminism when they secured the right to vote. Not all women could exercise that right immediately ― it’s been a continued fight over the last 96 years. And in the immortal words of Tina Fey, 'we’re not done...we’re definitely not done.' So what better way to celebrate Women’s Equality Day than by spending some time making change for the #StateofWomen in your daily life? We’ve got 19 ways to get you started. But this doesn’t cover everything ― so let us know how you like to flex your feminism in the comments below!

If you have 1 minute:

Register to vote!

There’s no better way to celebrate the 19th Amendment than to use it! Register to vote. Double check to make sure you’re registered at your current address. Contemplate which Instagram filter will be best for your 'I Voted ✅' sticker in November. But for real, register to vote → 

Change the conversation
Literally. We hear and experience sexism in so many ways throughout the day. People – women included – interrupt women more often than men in conversations. Challenge yourself today to be conscious of letting a woman finish her thought before you jump in to add your two cents. From comment sections to media coverage of the Olympics, sexism runs rampant online and offline. We can all make a conscious effort to create a more inclusive space. When you’ve mastered the art of equal representation in conversation and you’re ready to level up, check out Gender Avengers. They have this great app that creates pie charts in real time to highlight the gender diversity (or lack thereof) in things like news articles and panels at conferences."


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