Women did it again.

Scores of women won primaries in Texas on Tuesday and Democrats are poised to send the first two Latinas to Congress from the Lone Star state. This is just the latest in a string of moments since Donald Trump was inaugurated president where women have flexed their political, social and moral muscles. The Women’s March put millions of people on the streets of cities in defiance of President Trump; the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements sparked a reckoning on sexual harassment and assault; and in the Alabama U.S. Senate race, black women led the way to a Democratic victory in a bright red state.

Women are more active on more fronts than they have been in generations, and women of color are at the forefront. Sojourner Truth, who planted the aspirations of black women in the women’s rights movement, would be proud.

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