Rose McGee: Being able to vote in this country is a privilege that people who look like me died for.
Anastasia Rousseau: I can't imagine not being able to have the right to vote.
Anne McKeig: The right to vote really puts us in positions of policymakers, in positions of
Carolina Ortiz: The day that I will be able to vote, I can't even express the emotion and happiness that that would bring me.
Vangie Castro: Your vote is your voice.
Vangie Castro: When it came down to it, it allowed white women to have the vote.
Rose McGee: Anna Arnold Hedgeman.
Carolina Ortiz: Marguerite Milton Wells.
Anne McKeig: Gratia Countryman.
Anastasia Rousseau: Jenova Martin.
Vangie Castro: Theresa Peyton.
Carolina Ortiz: We are where we are today because of them.
Anastasia Rousseau: They're really brave for what they did, especially because it was not welcome.
Rose McGee: The stories need to be told.
Anne McKeig: Just because we have the passage of the 19th Amendment, it doesn't mean that we are done.
Vangie Castro: You have to be resilient, and sometimes very disruptive to get the change that you need.