100 Years In The Making
The Significance of Election Year 2020
Monday, November 2nd, 2020
100 years ago on November 2nd, 1920, women were allowed to vote for the 1st time in a Presidential Election.
It took our Great-Grandmothers over 70 years to convince male lawmakers that women should be seen as equals in the voting booth.
Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020
November 3rd, 2020 is the perfect election to honor all of the women who fought and gave us the right to vote 100 years ago.
How do we honor them? By taking to the polls en mass and electing candidates who will support the advancement of female equality.
1. Remove Trump/Pence (the worst ticket that even happened to America’s daughters).
2. Remove members of congress and senators who continuously suppress the advancement of females and who vote “NO” on gender equality initiatives.
How we Get There:
We will accomplish this by VOTING for liberated female candidates, or for male candidates with a track record of promoting equality…and who haven’t assaulted a woman.
“Equality of Rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any state on account of sex.”Above is the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution written in 1943 and rejected by male dominated state legislatures every year since.
Until females achieve guaranteed equality under the constitution, every single law that currently serves to grant rights to you or your mother, grandmother, wife, daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt, niece, is open to debate, subject to revision and is one state or federal administration away from repeal.
Even something as pivotal as Healthcare for All, could be littered with *asterisks* and loopholes for girls and women because females and males are not constitutional equals.
Hear Me Roar 2020 focuses on the 2020 election as it pertains to electing state legislators, congress members, and a president who believes that female citizens are equal to male citizens and will finally vote YES, and attach equal rights for females to the United States Constitution.
You can read our debut post HERE: HereMeRoar2020 Debut Post