Hillary Clinton’s Gender Agenda

Post to Twitter

From this NYT interview with Secretary of State Clinton:

“Democracy means nothing if half the people can’t vote, or if their vote doesn’t count, or if their literacy rate is so low that the exercise of their vote is in question. Which is why when I travel, I do events with women, I talk about women’s rights, I meet with women activists, I raise women’s concerns with the leaders I’m talking to.

I happen to believe that the transformation of women’s roles is the last great impediment to universal progress : that we have made progress on many other aspects of human nature that used to be discriminatory bars to people’s full participation. But in too many places and too many ways, the oppression of women stands as a stark reminder of how difficult it is to realize people’s full human potential.

I’m really proud of the work that she is doing.

–Ann Bartow

Share
This entry was posted in Feminism and Politics, Sisters In Other Nations. Bookmark the permalink.