Happy Juneteenth!

Optometry Divas Celebrate Juneteenth: Honoring the Past, Empowering the Future!

As we mark Juneteenth, the #OptometryDivas raise a collective glass in celebration of freedom and the incredible achievements of Black women in optometry!

This day we honor the pioneering Black women who shattered glass ceilings in the field of optometry, paving the way for a more diverse and inclusive profession.

The Optometry Divas are proud to carry the torch lit by these remarkable women.

This Juneteenth, let us not just celebrate the past, but also empower the future. Together, we can build a brighter tomorrow where vision care is accessible and Black women in optometry continue to thrive!

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