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The Pathway to Recognizing the Equal Rights Amendment

The Pathway to Recognizing the Equal Rights Amendment

2/20/2024 by ALLY DICKSON

The “ERA YES” buttons are green—the color of money—signaling the huge role that economic issues play in the ERA. But in a world where hard-won rights to freedom are being rolled back, the Equal Rights Amendment means much more than equal pay, said Lisa Sales, president of Virginia National Organization for Women (NOW).

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NBC 29 – Bus advocating for Equal Rights Amendment makes stop in Crozet

NBC 29 – Bus advocating for Equal Rights Amendment makes stop in Crozet

A special set of wheels came to Crozet Thursday, November 2, to spread the word about equality.

The community was invited to come sign the bus and chat with candidates running for office around the Charlottesville area.

It travels around the country to advocate passing the Equal Rights Amendment, which would guarantee rights for all Americans regardless of sex.

“Thirty-eight states have ratified the amendment. Virginia was the 38th, and it has still not been added to our constitution. It’s time for President Biden to add the ERA to our federal constitution,” Caroline Johnson said.

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The Villager – Equal Rights Amendment ratification push continues at Hunter College forum in Manhattan

The Villager – Equal Rights Amendment ratification push continues at Hunter College forum in Manhattan

The decades-long push to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in the U.S. Constitution continued in Manhattan Monday.

Former East Side Congress Member Carolyn Maloney joined Gloria Johnson, Tennessee U.S. Senate candidate and member of the “Tennessee Three,” as well as several feminist advocates, journalists and a constitutional law expert to discuss the ongoing fight for the proposed amendment.

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