Little Girls Discuss The Badass Things Hillary Clinton Has Done

Did you know Hillary Clinton once won a Grammy?

I didnt either, but some adorable little girls just informed me of this fun fact.

At the Democratic National Convention in July, on the night Hillarybecame the first womanpresidential nominee for a major political party in US history, she said,

What an incredible honor you have given me, and I cant believe we just put the biggest crack in the glass ceiling yet and, if there are any little girls out there who stayed up late to watch, let me just say: I may become the first woman president, but one of you is next.

Perhaps one of the little girls featured in thisvideo will one day be president.

In the meantime, theydlike to remind you that Hillaryhas been championing andadvancing womens rightsfor decades.As she famously declared at the United Nations Fourth World Congress on Women,

Human rights are womens rights, and womens rights are human rights.

Yet women across the US are still constrained by the same biases and double-standards. Heres how one ofthe little girls in the video puts it:

Girls dont get paid as much as boys? Im pretty upset about that.

Hillaryis upset about it too, which is why shes continuing to fight for change.

Throughout her political career, Hillaryhas fought to uphold and expand reproductive rights, while also championing equal pay. This is precisely why organizations like NARAL and Planned Parenthoodhave enthusiastically endorsed her.

Depending on how things go in November, Hillarycould become Americas first female president.Noone can deny this would be a major step forward for the US, which granted women the right to vote less than 100 years ago.

Every little girl deserves to grow up believing she can be anything. Hillary Clintonhasdedicated her entire life to this notion.

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