Wow. Susan B. Anthony’s grave has been covered in ‘I Voted’ stickers by proud women looking to thank the pioneer who spent her life fighting for the woman’s right to vote. Click inside to see the touching pictures and video.
Women showed up in droves to let Susan B. Anthony know that she did not die in vain. Pictures and video show lines of women in the Rochester, New York cemetery where Susan is buried just waiting for their chance to pay their respects and share their “I Voted” sticker with her by placing it on her grave. As you can see, by noon eastern time on November 8, the tombstone was already covered in little white stickers. So beautiful.
Even more touching is that a picture of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has been posted above Susan’s grave, side-by-side with a black-and-white portrait of the activist. Sadly, Susan died 14 years before women were finally given the right to vote in 1920, but almost 100 years later women are still thanking her for everything she accomplished — even in death.
Check out the heartwarming pictures and videos below, which show dozens — if not hundreds — of women lining up to visit Susan. Some even brought their children before dropping them off at school, which was a great way to educate them at a young age about who Susan was and how she changed everything for American women, especially Hillary.
— Honey 17011 (@Honey17011) November 8, 2016
— AC You know who (@ny2007roc) November 8, 2016
Hundreds of people are standing in line to put their "I voted" stickers on Susan B. Anthony's grave. She fought for women's voting rights. pic.twitter.com/anhhJFHgYt
— B'Day (@beyupdates_) November 8, 2016
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