Celebration at U.S. Capitol to Honor 100th Anniversary of Women Securing Right to Vote

Purple Sash Revolution to hold celebration and news conference to honor 100th Anniversary of women securing the right to vote at U. S. Capitol Building.

The group will also be calling for public officials to protect and honor “Equal Rights for Preborn Women” and work to end abortion violence during this Presidential election season.

The event will take place on Wednesday, August 26, at 12:00 PM which is “Women’s Equality Day” celebrating the 100th Anniversary of women securing the right to vote.

The news conference will be on southeastern lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building across from where the House of Representatives meet.

Purple Sash Revolution is also encouraging Facebook members to change their Profile Frame to say; “Women’s Equality Day” and #EqualRightsForPrebornWomen:

Purple Sash Revolution is a project of Stanton Public Policy Center which is a Women’s advocacy and educational group that works on issues of human rights and justice that empower and inspire women. It is affiliated with Stanton Healthcare which has life-affirming women’s health clinics in America and internationally.

Brandi Swindell, Founder and CEO of Stanton Public Policy Center; comments;
“We are privileged to be gathering on the grounds of the United States Capitol Building on ‘Women’s Equality Day,’ to honor the 100th Anniversary of women securing the right to vote. We are in awe of our bold and courageous sisters who heroically and courageously fought to ensure all women would be treated with dignity and respect.
“We wear these purple sashes to stand in solidarity with the suffragists who also wore purple sashes as an outward sign of their commitment to equality. Standing here on this historic 100th Anniversary of universal voting rights, we purpose in our hearts never to be silent until there is equality for all.

“That is why on one side of the sashes, we have printed, #EqualRightsForPrebornWomen It is a reminder that the journey for women’s equality and justice still continues today as we work to end abortion violence to ensure a future for generations of women to come.”
For more information or interviews with Brandi Swindell
Call 540.538.4741.

(SOURCE: Stanton Public Policy Center via Christian Newswire)

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