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Development, Fundraising, & Board Engagement Manager

Currently remote, headquartered in Washington DC Title: Development, Fundraising, & Board Engagement ManagerReports To: CEO & President About the ERA Coalition & Fund for Women’s Equality The Fund for Women’s Equality (FFWE), a 501(c)(3), and its sister organization the ERA Coalition, a 501(c)(4), seeks a dynamic, experienced Development, Fundraising and…

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What the ERA Means to Me: Olivia

By Olivia La Monte, policy intern at ERA Coalition The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) is a promise that my sister, mom, aunts, friends, and all the women in this country will be protected from discrimination and have the right to bodily autonomy.  The ERA gives hope that future generations of…

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SCOTUS: Race, voting maps, & a win for voting rights

In one of the United States Supreme Court’s most surprising decisions this summer, the court ruled in a 5-4 decision that Alabama had diluted the power of Black voters in drawing a congressional voting map with a single district in which they made up a majority. Prior to the decision’s…

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DENDROFEMONOLOGY: The Feminist History Tree Ring

The ERA Coalition has joined up in support of a new and exciting project, and we would LOVE for you to be part of it, too! There are 93,000 races on the ballot this November that affect women’s rights, trans rights, and reproductive freedom. Join us as we stand together…

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Trailblazers: the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team

Crystal Dunn. Photo by Jamie Smed via Flickr, 2018. By Ava Lee-Green The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is underway in Australia and New Zealand! The expansion from 24 to 32 teams this year, including eight teams making their WWC debuts, is a testament to the progress made in women’s…

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Addressing challenges and upholding rights: a National Black Family Month perspective

By Gloria Jiang July marks the celebration of National Black Family Month, a time of recognizing and upholding the significance of Black families. First established in 2006, National Black Family Month was designed to foster the growth of families through education, health, and self-improvement. Black families often plan reunions and…

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The Power of Mentoring: National Make a Difference for Children Month

By Gloria Jiang History of National Make a Difference for Children Month National Make a Difference to Children Month, celebrated every July, is an opportunity to focus on the well-being of children and the importance of their development. The community-based initiative was first launched in 2006 by Kim Ratz. As…

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An applicant's perspective on the SCOTUS Affirmative Action decision

By Ava Lee-Green Between extracurriculars and supplemental essay writing, not to mention going to school every day to maintain a competitive GPA and attempting to fit in some time for a social life, the college application process has become extremely overwhelming and challenging. And, due to systemic inequalities that plague…

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The heart of remembering - shedding light on Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

By Gloria Jiang It is essential to highlight a crucial cause that affects millions of people all over the world - Alzheimer’s Disease. June, recognized as Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness month, is dedicated to increasing public awareness about the disease, promoting brain health, and gathering support for individuals living with…

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Bridging the education equality gap: empowering students through the Equal Rights Amendment

EDUCATION EQUALITY --- Education has long been championed as the great equalizer, offering individuals the opportunity to thrive regardless of their backgrounds. However, in the United States, the persistent issue of the achievement gap has hindered the realization of equal opportunity for all. In this blog post, we will delve…

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