There is no better way to celebrate #internationalwomensday
than to celebrate one of our own international women of the Farm.
Here is an original piece by @_murrz who is not only a proud Filipino woman but a great inspiration to her friends, family and fans.
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OK ladies now let’s get in formation!
✊🏼✊🏾✊🏿✊🏽 Women of Color made
HERstory this Midterm Election #midterms2018
29-year-old Democratic socialist from the Bronx, just became one of the two youngest women ever elected to Congress.
Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar
became the first Muslim-American women ever elected to Congress.
Tlaib, also the first Palestinian-American woman ever elected to the House, ran unopposed on Michigan's 13th District candidate.
Omar, a former refugee, made history in 2016 when she became the first Somali-American legislator. Now, after winning the race on Minnesota's left-leaning 5th District. After being sworn-in, the 36-year-old will also be the first Somali-American congresswoman in the nation.
will be the first Black woman to represent Massachusetts in Congress. The 44-year-old was running unopposed in Massachusetts’ 7th District and made history when she became the first woman of color to be elected to the Boston City Council.
Veronica Escobar and Sylvia Garcia
will be the first Latinas to represent Texas in Congress.
Escobar won the race in Texas' 16th District.
Garcia, who served in the Texas State Senate from 2013 until this summer, also easily defeated Republican Phillip Aronoff in TX-29.
Sharice Davids and Deb Haaland
are the first Indigenous women ever elected to Congress.
Davids, 37, defeated Republican incumbent Kevin Yoder in Kansas' 3rd District.
In New Mexico's 1st District, Haaland defeated Republican candidate Janice Arnold-Jones.