Why it Matters: Jamia Wilson says equal rights is driving her to vote

American writer and feminist activist Jamia Wilson on why she's voting.
1:09 | 11/06/18

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Transcript for Why it Matters: Jamia Wilson says equal rights is driving her to vote
Think about the fact that we don't have an equal rights amendment which means that I as a woman. Not equally protected under the past each so all of the other lives are impacted by that and also our culture and how women are guardedly. Women leaning voters across this country. Really round the world news. The city of Sacramento. Nearly yeah. After weeks of true. Is now justice Kavanagh. Equality matters must meet gender equality and racial equality day and very very very conspired to says. To make sure that our democracies protected and that all of the people in this country are protected by the constitution equally. Isn't particularly because people fought and died for your race to you it. People handling. Wrist their lives. From my rates and that is why I won't always participate because my infant.

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