August 26th, 2020 will mark the Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted U.S. women the right to vote.
The 19th Amendment was the conclusion of a 72-year struggle, and a testament to the determination, resilience, and persistence of two generations of pioneering women and men.
The values that led to this achievement are as relevant today as they were one hundred years ago. That’s why at Sedna Inspirations we decided to honor and highlight this important message with our Celebrate 2020 hat collection.
“Join us as we celebrate this milestone of American democracy. Help us spread the word about this historic event in women’s history by purchasing your souvenir Centennial hat today,” says Sylvia Guerrero, owner and founder of Sedna Inspirations.
Looking around us today, it’s clear that the struggle for equality is far from over. Celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment doesn’t mean standing idle but reaffirming our will to keep fighting and our determination to be inspired.
“Don’t sit on the sidelines, do get involved. Someway, somehow, be a part of history, herstory,” says Sylvia Guerrero.
The ideals that propel the movement for equal rights align with our mission to energize your everyday life with messages of courage, compassion, and inspiration.
“Our model at Sedna Inspirations is to live our most inspired lives by wearing on the outside what is true on the inside,” Sylvia explains. “We want to share this energy and inspiration with you.”
Our Celebration 2020 hats are available in cotton, corduroy, and sweater fabric; they celebrate and inspire with a triumphant embroidered front design with the words “Momentum!” “She Persisted!” or “I Vote!” on the back. The “19th Amendment” is embroidered on the side. The selection of colors includes purple, gold, yellow, white, ivory, and black. Get yours online today!
How are you going to celebrate the Centennial of the 19th Amendment? How do you plan to honor this legacy of courage, persistence, and resilience? We’d love to hear from you! Send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or reach out by phone (626-353-7347) or through our social media accounts—Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.