Tuesday’s State of the Union Address saw many women wearing white, a historic representation of the women’s suffrage movement. With a monumental number of women sworn into office, wearing white signifies the political strides women have made. Take a look back at groundbreaking women, including Shirley Chisholm (the first black woman elected to Congress), wearing white. Read more.
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