In 1971, Congress designated August 26 as Women’s Equality Day. This specific date was chosen to commemorate the day in 1920 on which women were granted the right to vote. Nearly 100 years later, a woman is running as a major party candidate for the office of President of the United States, a reality likely unimaginable for those early suffragettes. Change may be slow, but it is also inevitable so long as women continue to voice their dissent when it comes to inequality. Here, 12 quotes from famous feminists that will reinvigorate your own dedication to the cause. Share your favorite with #WomensEqualityDay to join the movement.