Planned Parenthood's President Cecile Richards took the podium at the 2018 Women's March on Sunday, calling on fellow white women to "do better."

Despite Trump's presidency, 2017 was a year filled with triumphs at the hands of women. This year's Women's March took place in Las Vegas, Nevada a year after Trump's inauguration. Women let Trump and the rest of his administration know that we will be heading to the polls this year, and hopefully, white women will finally stop voting against themselves and the best interest of fellow women. 

"All across the country, the Women's March inspired doctors and teachers and mothers to become activists and organizers and, yes, candidates for office," Richards said. "And from Virginia to Alabama and to last week in Wisconsin, women have beaten the odds to elect our own to office. … Women of color, transgender women, rural and urban women."

"These victories were led and made possible by women of color," Richards follows up. 

It's no secret that black women especially have been staples in the voting booth. Something that is not so easily said for our white counterparts. However, perhaps being held accountable by one of their own is the realization they need. 

"So, white women, listen up. We've got to do better," Richards continues. "It is not up to women of color to save this country from itself. That's on all of us. That's on all of us."

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"The good news is when we are in full on sisterhood, women are the most powerful, political force in America," Richards concludes. 

Feminism, but make it inclusive. We couldn't agree more!