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The Lipstick Movement Campaign

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  • DMicheleJackson

Celebrating three decades as a professional nurse as a novice legal nurse consultant, D. Michele Jackson was self-represented in a divorce, offering the most logical path in an attempt to change the Nineteenth Amendment. In addition, the experience allowed the drafting of legal documents during historical times. Having studied Sociology at the historically Black college: Tuskegee Institute and graduating from Charter Oak State College with honors, it is as a Columbus State Community College graduate registered nurse and paralegal that opportunity lends itself. She advocated for health, defended women's rights, argued for gender equality, and fought for social justice in petitions submitted to the United States Supreme Court and Congress. Meet the woman supporting amending the Nineteenth Amendment in D. Michele Jackson's memoir, Amazing Grace: A Tribute to You, The Story of Us. Learn of a fight for women in her sophomore book JOY: Jesus on You. A love song of praise is anticipated in book three: 

The Promise.

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