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Talking to the Women of Pantsuit Nation

Racked speaks to the New York City voters on the morning of Election Day.

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On Tuesday, many women around the country woke up and proudly put on a pantsuit. Racked's Aminatou Sow talked to some of these women in New York City on the morning of Election Day, and although they didn't get to see their candidate become the president-elect, that doesn't take away from the powerful feminist message they communicated through their clothes.

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