Who Did The 19th Amendment Really Give Voting Rights To? | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on August 18, 2020

On the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, Dulce Sloan takes a look at how it got passed, its shortcomings, and how far we still have to go for true equal access to elections for all. #DailyShow #DulcéSloan #19thAmendment

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21 comments

  • Paul Lo 1 year ago

    dulce should replace Hasan…(but Hasan shouldn’t have been cancelled in the first place)

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  • Robert M 1 year ago

    And in 4 years its the hundreth anniversary of Native Americans actually getting citizenship in the place they lived for 10,000 years.

    White, black and brown women kinda hopped on the ignoring indigenous women existed. A sadly common trope of American history as it’s entirely left out curriculum. Black history month is rightly a thing, Indigenous have um thanksgiving a football holiday celebrating fucking over and genocide that raises 0 awareness.

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  • Cindy Oser 1 year ago

    Racism and sexism need to stop being a norm in this country. NOBODY has a right to put themselves above others. NOBODY needs to be treated as a lesser person. NOBODY gets to block a person’s basic rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness!

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  • DarkSchneider 1 year ago

    “Run, Gerald!!” 😅

    So blessed both Amber + Dulce had uploads today. 🤓

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  • Teresa Pucciarella 1 year ago

    I’m calling you Professor Dulce. Thanks for the lesson!

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  • Themachine 1 year ago

    Keep doing what u r doing Dulce. I love it

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  • Astrea Celes 1 year ago

    Susan B Anthony was so pissed that men of color had voting rights before women sis was HEATED

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  • Arika Karin 1 year ago

    “Buckle up Cinderella we ain’t done yet”

    I’m gonna use this 😂

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  • hugh Jainus 1 year ago

    🗣 THEN THEY FORGOT ABOUT THE BLACK WOMEN AND LATINX WOMEN THAT HELPED THEM.

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  • hugh Jainus 1 year ago

    It’s the NAH for me

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  • Annie onymouse 1 year ago

    Oh shut up. The 15th amendment giving blacks the right to vote passed in 1869, 51 years before women got the right to vote. Bring back John Stewart.

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  • bugggg 1 year ago

    as an old white woman – i need more Dulce.

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  • Lamar Battle 1 year ago

    Hahahaha 🤣

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  • Dimple Kakade 1 year ago

    Loooove u Dulce

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  • Mr. Micky Mouse 1 year ago

    So is it bad that white women got to vote? Did you know that black women can vote now?

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  • Elizabeth Krafnick 1 year ago

    Same day…overnight. I love her. And this was a great video.

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  • Wanda Costin 1 year ago

    Didn’t trump say today that he was going to pardon Susan Anthony 😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣 Jesus take the wheel!!!!

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  • cerka27 1 year ago

    I love this segment and such a catchy title. Can Dulce explain more things 🙏🏽

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  • Nicole Gwynn 1 year ago

    teach them sis…

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  • Cheryl 1 year ago

    I am educating myself more specifically about the Black women activists for voting rights and against racism.
    To that Mr.’s comment, would you have been able to pass Alabama writing test you had to take at the poll before 1965? (Trick question, white voters weren’t asked to take the test).
    Do you know why Democratic Party convention delegates stood at the (insert Confederate name here) Bridge? What is the relationship between Portland and the KKK? From whom did the Confederate widows need protection so there had to be a right-to-bear-arms? (I’m a Public Librarian and my spouse is retired school teacher)

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  • Cheryl Public Librarian 1 year ago

    And the suffragists (mostly white women who’d eventually say ratify if black women are left out) decided on Seneca Falls and a model of governance exemplified by indigenous people, without exploring why not citizens. Indigenous and women of color vs. dominant white males protecting power. VOTING IS POWERFUL.
    Thanks for the information Dulce.

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