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ERA Coalition was on MSNBC's Morning Joe!

In case you missed it, our fearless President and CEO Zakiya Thomas, and our Board Chair Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe yesterday to talk about the Equal Rights Amendment and our fashion fundraiser with KZ_K Studio. "Without the Equal Rights Amendment, our rights are very tenuous." -…

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The ERA is hitting the cat walk…sort of

Can you imagine the ERA Coalition in New York City for a pre-NY Fashion Week event?! No need to pinch yourself because it’s actually happening! We’ll be in New York, hosted by our friends at KZ_K Studio and Mika Brzezinski’s “Know Your Value”, for a panel discussion and reception on…

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Supporting the Equal Pay Today mission

The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, signed by President Obama on January 29, 2009, restored the ability of individuals to assert their rights under federal anti-discrimination laws, after a devastating 11th Circuit Court decision that was upheld by the Supreme Court, in Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Senate Women…

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Ways to get involved in the fight for women's equality in 2024

By Ava Lee-Green Happy 2024! With the new year officially underway, it is a good time to reflect on not only our successes on an individual and global level but also the setbacks we have faced. Looking to the future, we must now continue to fight for equality, regardless of…

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A case for the ERA: Marriage equality

Falling in love and raising a child. Worrying about school drop offs and pickups. Who’s going to get groceries for dinner. Doctor appointments when your little one is sick. Attending soccer matches or dance recitals between work and other commitments. These are the small, every day moments that make up…

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#NotOneMore: The march for the ERA

December 13, 2023 marked a century of advocates fighting for the Equal Rights Amendment since it's first introduction in the House of Representatives. That's an anniversary we are not celebrating. The ERA Coalition, AAUW, Equality Now, Feminist Majority, League of Women Voters, National Council of Negro Women (NCNW), National Organization…

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A case for the ERA: Ending domestic violence

After we learn someone has been a victim or survivor of domestic violence, the first question is always, “Why didn’t she just leave?”  If only it was that easy. The laws we have in the United States to protect women from domestic violence, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence and…

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ERA100: Not one more! Call the U.S. Archivist

The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) hits the century mark on December 13, 2023 - 100 years after its' first introduction in the House of Representatives. We shouldn’t have to beg for fundamental rights, and we shouldn't have to fight for 100 years for basic equality! Our officials must prioritize publication…

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On this day: Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat

By Ava Lee-Green On this day 68 years ago, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus. This act of defiance was pivotal in the bus boycotts in Montgomery, Alabama, and the Civil Rights Movement on the national level.  Rosa Parks Photo by Gene Herrick for the Associated…

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The Myths of Thanksgiving

By Ave Lee-Green Thanksgiving is a day to spend time with family, eat good food, and give thanks to the people who have helped you in the past year. Although the traditional story of the first Thanksgiving includes Pilgrims settling on Plymouth Rock and celebrating the first harvest with the…

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