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Hispanic Heritage Month book recs for all ages

By Ava Lee-Green In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, here are some book recommendations for all ages written by Hispanic authors that center around Hispanic characters! Young Readers Plátanos are Love by Alyssa Reynoso-Morris (Author) and Mariyah Rahman (Illustrator) Where Are You From? by Yamile Saied Méndez (Author) and Jamie…

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It's not you, it's the wage gap!

The National Partnership for Women & Families is releasing two important pieces of wage gap research. In the fact sheet America’s Women and the Wage Gap, they dive into the details behind why women are paid 78 cents for every dollar paid to men and what can be done to close…

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Equal Rights Amendment Centennial Convention: A Multigenerational Push in Seneca Falls

Remember to register to attend this Sept 26 CWI noon Zoom meeting at this Registration Link. Generation Ratify, a youth led group, focusing on getting the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) into the US Constitution arranged the 100 year celebration of the first introduction of the ERA at the ERA Centennial Convention in…

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50 years of Ms. Magazine and the Equal Rights Amendment

Our friends at Roosevelt House and Ms. Magazine invite you to a panel discussion celebrating the new book: 50 Years of Ms. THE BEST OF THE PATHFINDING MAGAZINE THAT IGNITED A REVOLUTION Panelists will reflect not only on the history of Ms. magazine, but how lessons from the past 50…

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So you want to talk about the ERA…Good luck

By Meaghan Kiely, Policy and Partnerships Intern Growing up as a girl who was always fascinated by government and politics, of course I read all of those “Who/What Was” historical children's books. You know, the ones with the caricature of whatever historical figure or event they talked about on the…

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What's happening with the Spanish women's soccer team?

By Ava Lee-Green Photo of Jenni Hermoso by Alejandro Reguero via Wikimedia Commons. Despite it being less than a week since the Spanish Women’s National Soccer Team won the Women’s World Cup, their victory has been somewhat overshadowed by serious allegations against the Spanish Soccer Federation (RFEF). After non-consensually kissing…

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What the ERA means to me: Eve

By Eve Palmer, Policy and Partnerships Intern After 100 years, the Equal Rights Amendment has still not been added to the Constitution. However, what is arguably even more unsettling is how little people know about the current status of the amendment and constitutional sex equality. Though I spent my summer…

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What the ERA means to me: Gloria

By Gloria Jiang, Communications and Content Intern at the ERA Coalition Interning at ERA Coalition has been an eye-opening and transformative experience to me. From day one, I was plunged into a fast-paced environment where passion meets purpose, working alongside a dedicated team focused on creating tangible change. The unique…

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The rising voices: the role of youth in ERA advocacy

By Gloria Jiang The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) has been a topic of discussion and debate for nearly a century. Despite the long history, the amendment has yet to be ratified and added to the U.S. Constitution. However, a new generation of advocates, who have spent their lives in a…

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SAG-AFTRA and WGA on strike

By Ava Lee-Green Saturday Night Live, Stranger Things, and The Last of Us are just a few of the productions suspended due to the ongoing strikes in Hollywood. And while the stars of those shows have the resources to wait out the strikes, most people on screen and behind the…

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