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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton points at President Barack Obama as she arrives onstage at the end of his speech on the third night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S., July 27, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Young

For Women, Clinton’s Nomination Was 240 Years In The Making

The first woman ran for president in 1872, before women even had the right to vote. Since then, dozens have run but until Clinton none has gotten far. Clinton in 2008 became the first female candidate to vie seriously for the White House.

July 28, 2016
Women's Rights, Suffrage, Voting, History, Memo Pad, National News, Feminism

100 Years Of Women’s Rights: From Suffrage To Equal Pay

From suffrage to equal pay, we review the last century of progress made in the name of women’s rights.

February 28, 2013