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ERA Coalition Press Release: July 1, 2020

For Immediate Release -- The ERA Coalition Joins Women’s Movement Amicus Brief in Support of the Equal Rights Amendment with 52 Women’s and Social Justice Groups including the Feminist Majority, TIME’S UP, YWCA, NOW, Black Women’s Roundtable, Voto Latino, League of Women Voters, Legal Momentum, Hadassah, Union Theological Seminary, and…

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Breaking: Women's Movement Brief for the ERA

Another big step forward today in the ERA movement! The ERA Coalition, its members and supporters, filed an amicus brief in support of the suit filed by the Attorneys General of Nevada, Illinois and Virginia to compel the Archivist to publish the ERA to the Constitution. Here is the Coalition…

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Juneteenth! And #Dads4ERA

Greetings from the ERA Coalition on this day, the celebration of Juneteenth, the day in 1865 that slaves in faraway Texas learned--two years after the fact--that slavery had ended. Today in the Senate there was movement to make this a national holiday: Senators Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Tina Smith and Ed…

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Big Day! The Supreme Court and LGBTQ+

We wanted to be sure to share with you our statement on the Supreme Court's 6-3 decision on LGBTQ+ workers' rights and to congratulate our colleagues: Here is the full text of today's Opinion, written by Justice Gorsuch. BOSTOCK v. CLAYTON COUNTY And here are a couple of links that will…

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Girls and Women of Color Town Hall--June 18th!

In these times as we examine everything about our world and country, let's take a look at girls and women of color. Please join us on Thursday, June 18th, at 5P/ET for our next Town Hall:  Women of Color and the ERA.  Among the panelists: Delegate Jennifer Carroll-Foy Delegate Jennifer…

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Compelling address about Equality on the Senate floor today

We wanted to share with you this compelling address about Equality on the Senate Floor today by Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK). Senator Murkowski is the co-lead sponsor of SJ Res 6, the bill to remove the time limit on the Equal Rights Amendment.  You can watch the full address here. Sen Ben Cardin…

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June 4th Action on the Senate Floor

Every year, June 4th marks a momentous day for women’s suffrage in the U.S. Congress, but this year especially so. It’s the day in 1919 when the U.S. Congress passed the 19th Amendment and sent it to the states for approval. Then just 14 months later, 100 years ago this August, women…

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ERA Coalition Calls on Americans to Support Equality for All

In these turbulent times, I wanted to share with you our statement of support for all who are experiencing pain. We are committed to making our country what it should be: equal for all. June 2, 2020 -- ERA Coalition Calls on Americans to Support Equality for All American women know…

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Last chance to register for our upcoming Town Hall!

Please join us tomorrow, Thursday May 28th at 6P/ET for our next Town Hall: Violence Against Women and the ERA. Registration closes at 9:30am ET, so be sure to claim your spot to join us by Zoom. Among the panelists: Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), ERA supporter and author of domestic violence legislation.  Jessica…

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New Town Hall - Violence against Women and the ERA

Greetings from New York City. Every night at 7 o'clock I go to my window and join my neighbors in cheering for our essential workers. We clap, bang pots, honk horns and otherwise create a ruckus of thanks for everyone who has made the intolerable loss of life here more…

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