Hillary Clinton's concession speech will go down in history as one of the most empowering, uplifting and resounding messages in politics and feminism, following a presidential election that was marked with sexual assault allegations against the 45th President, Donald Trump, and endless discussion about language being excused as 'locker room talk'.
On conceding, Clinton said: 'To all the little girls who are watching this: never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance in the world to pursue your dreams.'
And now, the politician is back in the public eye with yet another mantra to encourage women to fight against the patriarchy and the ever-present, yet slowly eroding, glass ceiling.
Earlier this week, the former presidential candidate her first major post-election speech at the 28th Annual Professional Business Women of California conference, and took a jab at the Trump administration's policies and the number of women in its highest positions, which she called 'the lowest in a generation'.
She also took the opportunity to highlight the prejudice, sexism and barriers that prevent women from rising up the career ladder in their professions and throughout society, referring to Press Secretary Sean Spicer's recent lecturing to journalist April Ryan about her body language and American television host Bill O'Reilly's racist and sexist comment about Congresswoman Maxine Waters's hair.
'Too many women — especially women of color — have had a lifetime of practice taking precisely these kinds of indignities in stride,' she said.
'And any woman who thinks this couldn't be directed at her is living in a dream world,' she added.
Can I get an 'Amen' up in here?
However, Clinton then 'dropped the mic' with one of our favorite modern-day feminist mantras to date, which she said is the '[kind] of [thing] you think about when you take long walks in the woods'.
Too many women — especially women of color — have had a lifetime of practice taking precisely these kinds of indignities in stride.
And, as we all know, Clinton loves a good walk in the woods.
The mantra? Resist, insist, persist, enlist.
Say it with me now, resist, insist, persist, enlist. It just rolls off the tongue doesn't it?
Clinton explained she wanted the audience to 'resist actions that go against our values as Americans', insist on 'putting people first', 'persist' like Senator Elizabeth Warren did when she was forbidden from reading a letter written by Coretta Scott King about Senator Jeff Sessions, and 'enlist' others by running for office or starting a business.
'I'll be right there with you every step of the way,' she concluded.
You heard the woman: Resist, insist, persist, enlist.