Among all of the challenges and heartbreak in 2020, there were still moments and people worth appreciating and celebrating. Through all of the adversity, you gave us hope.
- No justice, no peace. No justice, no peace.
- Whether it's nurses or supermarket cashiers, many of the people in the front line of this pandemic are indeed women.
- Teachers are still having to find a way to do their job.
- The country's 2 and 1/2 million farm workers are continuing to go to work every day.
- Wearing the mask is not just for yourself. It's really for everybody.
- Chants of Black lives matter echoed from thousands of protesters in cities around the world.
- More protesters are beginning to shout #SayHerName.
- Breonna Taylor.
- Say her name!
- Breonna Taylor.
- Make sure you are supporting Black women on the front lines, Black trans on the front lines. Pull up.
- A record 117 women of color are nominees for the House and Senate this cycle.
- In 2021, there will be at least 141 women in Congress.
ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ: I am here because I have to show my parents that I am their daughter and that they did not raise me to accept abuse from men.
- I know that other women, other young girls are watching this, and maybe their path seems a little clearer now.
- Another reason to love Dolly Parton. That's because Parton donated $1 million to Vanderbilt University Medical Center to fund coronavirus research.
- Women leaders like Jacinda Ardern, Angela Merkel, and Tsai Ing-wen have handled the pandemic more effectively.
- A new crop of young leaders is emerging. Some say they hold the keys to lasting change.
- The generation that we saw mobilize a nationwide school walkout protesting gun violence is now on the front lines demanding justice and change, and they're demanding it now.
- If you don't stand up for yourself, who will?
KAMALA HARRIS: While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last.