August 26th marked the 92nd birthday of the Nineteenth Amendment—giving American women the right to vote. This act marked the culmination of a long (41 years) and difficult struggle for the brave suffragettes who bore all sorts of abuse so that we might enjoy full citizenship. With the current Presidential election stirring up its share of gender issues, our favorite observer of life after 50, Suzanne Braun Levine, is joining us to provide her thoughts on women’s rights and responsibilities. So be sure to tune in—you’ll want to be certain to catch this important and meaningful conversation.
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