They exist. They vote. There are more of them than there are for any other candidate in the 2016 election. Yet somehow they have been rendered invisible.
The national media have spent more than 570 days covering Hillary Clinton’s email server, but barely any time talking about the millions of Americans who are poised to elect the first woman president in U.S. history. These are people from all backgrounds who refuse to be marginalized, mistreated, and ignored.
Instead of using words to describe who they are and why they matter, I’ll let their expressions of dignity, pride, hope, and yes, enthusiasm, tell the story.