Hillary Clinton achieved the near impossible on July 28 when she officially accepted the Democratic Party's nomination. She's now the first female presidential nominee for a major party, and literally shattered a glass ceiling the day before accepting her nomination.
While the former secretary of state's feat is historic, it also revealed how little Black women are celebrated when they break barriers.
Celebrating Black female trailblazers insures that their dedication and hard work will never be forgotten.
So the next time someone asks about the "first" woman to reach a goal, there's a real possibility #BlackWomenDidThat — and they should be remembered for it.