Why Meghan Markle Matters (Whether We Like It or Not)

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Representation matters. We’ve both heard and said it repeatedly: that our visibility and presence—in every arena—is vital to our perception of ourselves and what spaces we believe we deserve to occupy; both in the world and in the scope of the human imagination.

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