From Marguerite Kearns:
It’s easy to forget the effort and enormous accomplishments of the past when facing the unknown. and what we perceive to be prejudice and discrimination in the present moment. And so I am persisting in remembering. One thing that lent itself to invisibility was the networking many of us engaged with over the decade prior to 2020 and the 100th anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the US Constitution in 1920.
We stand on the shoulders of those who came before us, and my grandfather said no one was immune from feelings and opinions. What a concept. Hold on and keep your eyes on the prize. That’s what others said to us when they passed the torch of freedom and human rights to us and we picked up the image and carried on.
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