Equal Future

January 27, 2020

Just one state needed to ratify the ERA as of 2019.  Virginia became the 38th state to ratify the ERA on January 27, 2020!


94% of Americans surveyed support the ERA. Click to see our Polling.


Latinas face the largest wage gap at $0.53 on the dollar. Women on average make $0.79 to a white man’s dollar.

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Every 92 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. The ERA would give these survivors rights.

March 17, 2021

The House voted to remove the time limit on March 17, 2021…The Senate is next.

Welcome to an Equal Future.

Our goal is to amend the Constitution to ensure that one cannot be discriminated against because of one’s sex. The ERA Coalition is comprised of more than 280 national and local partner and supporter organizations across the country representing millions of advocates working for the equality of all. We strategize with states seeking ratification. We work with legislators on the amendment and other ERA bills. We’ve provided groundbreaking research. Our team of legal scholars has examined the next steps to a fully realized Equal Rights Amendment.

There has been extraordinary progress in the movement toward full equality. While Alice Paul began it all in 1923, and Congress passed the ERA in 1972, by 1982 only 35 states had ratified, three shy of the necessary 38. But in 2017 Nevada ratified the ERA; the first state in 40 years to do so; Illinois ratified in 2018. And Virginia ratified it on January 27th, 2020. On March 17, 2021 the House of Representatives voted for the second time to dissolve the time limit written in the amendment’s introduction. While it hasn’t been taken up in the Senate yet, we’re hopeful it will pass both houses of Congress this session, since its 2021 bipartisan and bicameral introduction!

ERA Coalition Launches Woman Corp to Raise Awareness About the 179 Million Women in the U.S. With Fewer Rights Than Corporations

The ERA Coalition is taking a bold new approach in the fight for women’s rights by ensuring that at least ONE woman will have constitutional rights moving forward. Ahead of this year’s midterm elections where the future of women’s rights will be on the ballot, the ERA Coalition announces the launch of the fully incorporated WOMAN Corp, the FIRST and ONLY ‘woman’ in America with rights the government will fight to protect. WOMAN Corp was founded to raise awareness about the disturbing fact that the American government protects, and continues to expand, the rights of corporations while the rights of women are stripped away.

Learn more about WOMANCorp.

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Join the ERA Coalition and partner organizations in urging Attorney General Merrick Garland to take the immediate action of directing his Office of Legal Counsel to withdraw the January 6, 2020 opinion memo from the Attorney General Barr Department of Justice. This memo is being cited by the Archivist as the reason he has not yet published the ERA! We have partnered with DailyKos to gather petition signatures. Sign on!
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12 briefs were filed in support of the Equal Rights Amendment in the DC District Court in support of the court case the Attorneys General have brought against the U.S. Archivist! And it’s not just advocacy groups supporting this issue, there is a real groundswell here, including constitutional scholars, corporations, and others!
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