If you still have a fire inside you to continue learning about feminism, women’s equality, and the vastness of womens experiences…well, join the club! We’re hooked! And we’re always learning. Here are some podcasts and movies/documentaries you can check out on your journey, curated from sites like Mashable and Bustle just to name a few. … Continue reading Learning More About Women’s Equality
There are a lot of things happening this spring, starting with Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day, a possible vote in the House on the ERA time limit removal bill….we thought we might add one more thing to the list. Make sure you save the date, April 10, for our virtual spring gala and awards … Continue reading Save the Date for our big spring event!
By Ava Lee-Green The ERA Coalition held a town hall meeting on February 22, 2021, focusing on communities of faith and the ERA. The event opened with a music video by Ani Zonneveld, a Malaysian-American singer and activist. Carol Jenkins, President and CEO of the ERA Coalition and Fund for Women’s Equality, welcomed panelists and … Continue reading ICYMI: Faith Communities and the ERA Town Hall
The feminist movement and the Equal Rights Amendment both have a long and storied (and often fraught) history in this country. We’ve curated our must-read classics on these subjects, plus some great new books that we think you’ll really love!
Want to include more gender-diverse books in your To Be Read pile? Still learning? Us, too. This is a journey, not a destination. We compiled some of our favorite books from sites like PFLAG, the ENBY Book Club, and others to bring you this list. Enjoy! And happy reading. The Book You Wish Your Parents … Continue reading Expand Your Reading List: Gender-Inclusive Books
A Discussion Recap At noon EST on Tuesday, the ERA Coalition convened a briefing of coalition organizations, leaders, and elected officials to talk about the current status of the Equal Rights Amendment, and what the next step for the movement should be. The meeting was kicked off by Kimberly Peeler-Allen, Chair of the ERA Coalition … Continue reading The ERA: What Next?