The future of gender equality is nowhere, and women are now nowhere to be found.
We are, as we should be, a nation of women.
We can’t have a future without being the ones to lead.
But there’s still a long way to go.
In the wake of the Women’s March on Washington, which took place on January 21st, we must ask ourselves: what does the future hold for women in the US?
We can only hope that this march will bring new hope for equality and justice for all women, regardless of gender.
We must not stop at the women’s march.
We must continue to build a movement that will not only make our nation a better place for all, but that also brings about an unprecedented shift towards the realignment of gender and race relations in the United States.
And, yes, we will also continue to support our sisters across the country who are doing great work in the fight against racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression.
The feminist movement needs to be more than a feminist movement, but a movement for all.
It’s time to be bolder and to embrace the challenges that confront us.
It is time for a more inclusive movement.