Meghan Markle says that ‘it’s good to be home’ in the virtual summit after the chronicled Megxit 

As Meghan Markle sought to close the virtual gender and politics summit on Friday, she interviewed The 19th’s co-founder and CEO, Emily Ramshaw. As she came to interact with the personality during the conference, a subtle dig was cast at the royal brood who also voiced that her husband “has never been able to vote.”

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The positive vibes

While addressing her return to the US, Meghan told Emily, “It was so sad to see where our country was in that moment. If there’s any silver lining in that, I would say that in the weeks after the murder of George Floyd, in the peaceful protests that you were seeing, in the voices that were coming out, in the way that people were actually owning their role … it shifted from sadness to a feeling of absolute inspiration, because I can see that the tide is turning. From my standpoint, it’s not new to see this undercurrent of racism and certainly unconscious bias, but I think to see the changes that are being made right now is really — it’s something I look forward to being a part of.”

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Without a single miss

Later on, an implied remark by the Suits actress’ made a good roundabout in the conference who explained, “And being part of using my voice in a way that I haven’t been able to of late. So, yeah, it’s good to be home. I know what it’s like to have a voice, and also what it’s like to feel voiceless. I also know that so many men and women have put their lives on the line for us to be heard. And that opportunity, that fundamental right, is in our ability to exercise our right to vote and to make all of our voices heard.”

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A journey to the forefront

Meghan further continued, “One of my favourite quotes, and one that my husband and I have referred to often, is from Kate Sheppard, a leader in the suffragist movement in New Zealand, who said, ‘Do not think your single vote does not matter much. The rain that refreshes the parched ground is made up of single drops.’ That is why I vote.”

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