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Equality Talks Podcast: Dolores Huerta

In episode 17 of the Equality Talks podcast, host Elisa Parker introduces us to legendary civil rights activist, Dolores Huerta, president of the Dolores Huerta Foundation. At 93 years old, Huerta is almost as old as the 100 year movement to publish the Equal Rights Amendment and she is determined…

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Equality Talks Podcast: Suzanne Lerner

In episode 16 of the Equality Talks podcast, host Elisa Parker introduces us to Suzanne Lerner, president and co-founder of Michael Stars and the Michael Stars Foundation, and active board member of the ERA Coalition. Lerner has been fighting for sex equality for over 50 years and while the Equal…

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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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Equality Talks Podcast: Mona Sinha

Mona Sinha, Equality Now Sharmila (Mona) Sinha is a globally recognized advocate for gender equality. She brings over 25 years of experience in strengthening mission-driven organizations to Equality Now. Aligning her passion for social justice and women’s empowerment with her early experience working in the corporate sector, she has enabled…

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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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Equality Talks Podcast: Prairie Rose Seminole

Prairie Rose Seminole, We Ride For Her Prairie Rose Seminole - Northern Cheyenne, Arikara and Dakota. Seminole is an educator, culture bearer and storyteller. She is the Co-Director of the film, We Ride For Her- a short documentary on the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives. Seminole has served…

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School dress codes, Title IX, and the Equal Rights Amendment

School dress codes, Title IX, and the Equal Rights Amendment

The freedom to express oneself through clothing is a fundamental aspect of individual liberty, allowing people to convey their personality, culture, and identity. However, the issue of dress codes in schools continues to be up for debate, and cases of girls being forced to go back home and change are…

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Equality Talks Podcast: Tiffany Shlain, Let it Ripple

Tiffany Shlain, Let It Ripple Honored by Newsweek as one of the “Women Shaping the 21st Century,” Tiffany Shlain is an artist, activist, Emmy-nominated filmmaker, national bestselling author, and the founder of the Webby Awards. Working across mediums, from sculptures, films, to performance, Shlain’s work explores the intersection of feminism,…

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Equality Talks Podcast: Bamby Salcedo, TransLatin@ Coalition

Bamby Salcedo, TransLatin@ Coalition Bamby Salcedo serves as the President and CEO of the TransLatin@ Coalition and is a prominent and celebrated transgender Latina activist, known all over the world for her passionate and productive social, political, and economic influence. As the President and CEO of the TransLatin@ Coalition, Bamby…

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Latina Equal Pay Day: ERA Now

Latina Equal Pay Day is a reminder of the ongoing wage disparities faced by Latinas in the United States. Falling on October 5 this year, Latina Equal Pay Day symbolizes the extended period that Latinas must work to catch up to their white, non-Hispanic male counterparts in terms of earnings…

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