Gender bias is rooted deep in our society and in our culture. This particular election season has given us a glimpse into how our media, our families and our political system exhibit symptoms of an illness they don’t believe they have. When we deconstruct how Hillary is depicted and marginalized in the 2016 presidential race, we are able to clearly recognize that it matters for people everywhere to see Hillary as the next president. Americans will be forever changed by seeing a woman in the white house and by having a woman in a position that influences their daily lives. Why does it matter? It matters because it is through her that our children may see their future selves.
Only 14 weeks until the Democratic National Convention. The delegate count is Hillary 1758 and Bernie Sanders 1069.
[2:14] Clinton Clips - Progressive, Jeff Merkley, became the first senator to endorse Sanders.
[11:35] Is there gender bias in the 2016 Presidential race? Hillary Clinton pushes us out