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Equality - The Perfect Mother's Day Gift!

Here at the ERA Coalition we celebrate women and girls every day. And we work hard for their equality. But on Mother's Day we are given a nationwide celebration, an opportunity to thank all of the women in our lives for what they have meant to us and done for…

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#GivingTuesdayforEquality

The ERA Coalition sends our deepest thanks for your support. We are so close! This year alone, Virginia became the 38th and final state we need, the House of Representatives dissolved the time limit on the amendment; now we're working to get the US Senate to do the same. Please go to our website to see our…

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Join us for Campus ERA Day Monday April 24, 2020

RSVP Here to Join us for Campus ERA Day! We hope you will be able to join us--virtually-- on Monday, April 27th at 6PM/ET for a terrific discussion of the Equal Rights Amendment. Please RSVP here or join the night of by Zoom or Facebook Live to tune in. Our 4th Annual Campus ERA Day will…

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ERA Coalition Press Release: April 23, 2020 - (Virtual) Campus ERA Day

CAMPUS ERA DAY ON APRIL 27TH TO BE VIRTUAL EVENT IN SUPPORT OF THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT Actor Alyssa Milano, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, and ERA Advocates from Around the Country to Join Panel For Immediate Release -- (April 23, 2020) New York, NY -- The fourth annual Campus ERA Day hosted by…

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From Carol Jenkins - The ERA: Moving Forward

The Equal Rights Amendment is rising in the public discourse! As we begin to assess the damage done by Covid-19, many look to this fundamental change in our Constitution. Rights, protections, recognition of contributions and capabilities are all limited by or exclusion from the US Constitution. We hope you can join…

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2020: A Big Year for the ERA and more to come!

We are sending you our sincerest hopes that you are weathering this pandemic and the restrictions it has brought to us all. A special meditation for the many who are grieving. Wishes for health, and thanks to our workers on the front lines in all capacities.  What has been exposed…

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ERA Coalition Newsletter March 16, 2020

As Abigail Adams famously told her husband when working on creating the Constitution, "Remember the Ladies."  Our founders did not, and left women out of this most essential document. We have been paying a high price ever since. That is why we are working so hard on the Equal Rights Amendment--to…

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Happy Women's-everything!

Happy Women's History Month, Happy International Women's Day, Happy great progress in amending the Constitution.  In 2020 already: the 38th state, a House vote to dissolve the time limit in the amendment's introduction. Cheers and carry on. We certainly will. If you, like me, spent yesterday lamenting the exit of…

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BIG NEWS: House Dissolves the ERA Time Limit!!

What a couple of heady, wildly successful days in Washington, DC! We are so thrilled to be celebrating with you yesterday’s successful passage-- by a 232 to 183 vote--of HJ Res 79, the House bill to remove the deadline from the 1972 ERA. The ERA Coalition statement: ”We’re thrilled that the House removed the time…

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ERA Coalition Press Release: February 12, 2020

For Immediate Release -- (February 12, 2020) Washington, D.C. -- Tomorrow, the House of Representatives will vote on H.J. Res 79 to remove the so-called time limit that was included by Congress in the preamble to the Equal Rights Amendment when it was passed in 1972. Removing this time limit…

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