Who said yes to equal rights for women?
We are recentering this story in honor the birthday of the Equal Rights movement. “Women are the majority, and it is time we exert our voting power to get the equality we deserve.”
The fight for legal equality for all persons continues at both the state and federal levels.
Women have had to advocate mostly for themselves with less power in leadership, government, business, and politics to make desired changes in laws and policies.
Feminism grounded in solidarity as opposed to ‘success’.”
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I asked and listened to what voters told me about their hopes — about better jobs, wages, healthcare, and education. I also heard their fears — of more taxes, immigrants, gun laws, and “defunding the police.”
“Women’s issues” have not been adequately funded or supported since the founding of this country.
This 100-year battle is now being waged on three fronts: the legislative branch, the judicial branch, and the upcoming elections.
ERA Minnesota sent two representatives to Richmond, Virginia, to help with the final push for the 38th state to ratify
We tell our daughters and the women we love to get an education and reach for the stars. We assure them
Legislators are trying to finally ratify the Equal Rights Amendment – proposed to Congress since 1923