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On November 8th, 2016, Hillary Rodham Clinton became the first woman ever to win the popular vote to become President of the United States.

She did this after a lifetime of service — the kind of service women do every single day. Finding ways to help women and families, going door to door registering voters, lifting each other up, helping each other get through unimaginable pain and violence.

In 2017, we’ve learned to live with endless calls for women — and especially women of color — to be quiet, swallow our grief and anger, scuttle off to lick our wounds in silence.

But we will not be silenced. We won’t give up an inch of ground. As Hillary says, you can knock us down, but we refuse to be knocked out. And we’re not just going to fight back against evil — we’re going to fight for each other, for our country, and for good.

So on November 8th, 2017, in honor of all women who spend their lives quietly making the world a better place, we are launching the first annual Hillary Rodham Clinton Day of Service.

This year’s Day of Service will focus on issues including Puerto Rico disaster relief, protecting the right of transgender people to serve in the military, collecting supplies for local women’s shelters, and so much more. We’re attacking these issues head-on, because that’s what women do. We don’t wait for men in power to fix our problems. We roll up our sleeves and solve them ourselves.

Because that’s what women do. We don’t wait for men in power to fix our problems. We roll up our sleeves and solve them ourselves.

Nasty Women Serve is an inclusive, intersectional group, and we welcome people of all races, religions, ethnicities, LGBTQ people, and people of all gender identities to be part of the Day of Service.

We’re going to make America kind again. We’re going to make America care again. We’re going to do all the good we can for all the people we can. We’re going to celebrate Hillary’s legacy.

We’re going to get through 2017. And then? We’ll keep right on going.

Will you join us?

Go to facebook.com/NastyWomenServe to say you’re in.