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    1-7-16 “Suffragette” is a movie that reminds me how far women have come

    Rich and I saw the movie “Suffragette” last night. It is a must-see for everyone to understand how recently women not only won the right to vote, but became acknowledged as professionals and business people.

    The story begins in England in 1912, 50 years after the women of England first began demanding the right to vote. It turns out that England was one of the first major country to give women the right to vote in 1918, and then only if they were householders over age 30. Other countries followed, many not until the last few decades.

    What’s important to understand is that before women could get the right to vote, most couldn’t be professionals or business people.

    I remember how excited I was to participate in a “Women in Business” event when I was in high school. I also remember how it felt to be able to go to a woman doctor for the first time.

    Take a look around now and see how many women are employed, how many are professionals, business executives or have their own businesses. And realize, this has all happened in less than 100 years.

    We’ve come a long way, baby, and women in many countries of the world, and even in the United States, still have a long ways to go..

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