Kelli Prather, special guest. Kelli Prather is a civil rights and social justice activist who has worked behind the scenes of politics for the last twenty-five years. Her work is centralized around healthcare, public safety, education, racial equity, and economic inclusion. By trade, Kelli is a licensed Occupational Therapist who has successfully owned healthcare businesses that grossed more than $1 million dollars when she resided in the State of New York for several years. In New York, Kelli also worked closely with issues related to poverty, healthcare services, and survivors of sexual and physical abuse.
The importance of the woman's vote. Women had to fight for their rights because for the first 150 years American "democracy" actually included half of the population, many academics and historians have chosen to ignore, discount, marginalize, ridicule and/or dismiss the entire 72-year, nationwide, *successful* suffrage movement.
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