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As we, along with the world, witnessed the brutal public execution of George Floyd in Minneapolis, we must now stand up, speak out and support the efforts to bring about a historical change in this country.

2019 and 2020 celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, which officially granted women the right to vote. However, Mary Edwards Walker believed that the Constitution already gave women that right — because it didn’t explicitly forbid them from doing so. This argument, and other details of this historical figure's life, make up the subject of Ammar Habib's newest book and first biography.