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The Right to Vote
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The right for women to vote – First country was New Zealand 1893
That doesn’t surprise me. New Zealand has always impressed me as a free thinking nation.
I feel kinda proud of my adopted nation
You should be!!
Love it! great shot, Teri!
Thank you 🙂
We tend to take our right to vote for granted, forgetting the sacrifices so many made to get that right for us all.
Yes! For so long many in this country were denied the right to vote (and many other things). It is something that should be exercised.
I like murals and street art! Smiles, Robin
Me too, Robin!