#WOMENWHODARE: In 1927, #HillaryClinton’s mother was sent away to endure a “bleak” and motherless childhood at just 8 years old. Here, nearly 90 years later, the Democratic Presidential candidate reflects back on the hardships her mother saw, and how, in spite of this, she grew up to be “so loving”—a mother who raised her daughter to believe she could be anything she dreamed of, even President of the United States. The new generation of daring women are those who, like Clinton, refuse to conform. Go to the link in our bio to read her exclusive essay for Bazaar.com and see the rest of the2016 Women Who Dare Issue.
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