Yesterday, 12 briefs were filed in support of the Equal Rights Amendment in the US Court of Appeals. And it's not just advocacy groups supporting this issue, there is a real groundswell here, including constitutional scholars, corporations, and others!

  1. Business and Corporate Entities (86 companies)
  2. Constitutional Accountability Center
  3. Constitutional Law Scholars (Catherine MacKinnon, Paul Brest, Rebecca Brown, Kimberle Crenshaw, Martha Field, Lawrence Lessig, Deborah Jones Merritt, Martha Minow, Jessica Neuwirth, Margaret Jane Radin, Dorothy Roberts, Diane Rosenfeld, Jane S. Schacter, Geoffrey R. Stone, Gerald Torres, and Laurence H. Tribe; filed by Kathleen Sullivan)
  4. Equality Now, The World Policy Analysis Center, The Latin American and Caribbean Committee for the Defense of Women’s Rights (CLADEM), The Equal Rights Trust, The European Women’s Lobby, Femnet, The Arab Women Organization, and The Sisterhood is Global Institute
  5. ERA Coalition and Advocates for Equality and Women’s Rights (50+ organizations)
  6. Former State Legislators in Illinois, Nevada, and Virginia
  7. Generation Ratify, Gen-Z for Change, iFeminist, InnovateX, Montgomery County Students for Change, Pride Liberation Project, The Feminist Front, The Greater Good Initiative, The Homegirl Project, The Pad Project, and Youth Against Sexual Violence
  8. Marie Abrams, Dolores Delahanty, Barbara Hadley Smith, David Karen, and Virginia Woodward
  9. Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence, Nevada Women’s Lobby, ERA Illinois, Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault, League of Women Voters of Illinois, YWCA Elgin, YWCA McLean County, YWCA of University of Illinois
  10. The State of Michigan
  11. The States of New York, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawai’i, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin; Governor of Kansas; and the District of Columbia
  12. The United Conference of Mayors, Equal Means ERA, 38 Agree for Georgia, and LARatifyERA

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