Credit where it's due, this Kansas City public TV #TBT note on the fight for women's voting rights checks all of the politically correct boxes and remembers that groundbreaking white ladies didn't really fight for progress for anyone but themselves.
Similarly and with just a bit of snark directed toward our progressive pals, nowadays middle-class people of every demographic pretty much forget about the working poor as in their quest for power. Don't believe TKC that green is the only color that really matters??? Then feel free to enjoy former 1st Lady Michelle Obama's ranting for "justice" from her $11.75 MILLION compound in Martha's Vineyard.
One day in August 1946, Estella Carter of Kansas City arrived at her polling place, ready to vote in that year's primary election. Once inside, Carter was told that she had already voted. But she hadn't voted, Carter protested. Then a man approached her, saying he already had "voted" for her.