An intersectional discussion with our AAPI leaders covering women’s equality, Patsy Mink, legal claims, advocacy, and supporting the AAPI community!
From the beginning of President Biden’s remarks, when he acknowledged the historic nature of the two women leaders sitting on the dais behind him, to pay equity and getting families back to work, his first address to a joint session of Congress was laden with support for gender equality issues.
It is RBG’s determination for a more equitable future for women and girls, and all Americans really, that leads the ERA Coalition to give the award named after the famed Justice to American civil rights attorney Kimberlé Crenshaw.
By Grove Fellows: Priya Singh, Sara Macwan, Trina Sultan, and Zaineb Ahmad The 5th Annual Campus ERA Day will be held on April 19th, 2021 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. ET Campus ERA Day aims to raise awareness and educate students about the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) which upon ratification would guarantee equal rights for all citizens … Continue reading 5th Annual Campus ERA Day
Nsé and LaTosha have inspired countless leaders in their communities and nationwide. With Stacey Abrams, LaTosha and Nsé are credited for increasing Black turnout in Georgia and Alabama in previous election cycles, affecting the ultimate outcomes of elections at the state and national level.
The ERA Coalition held a town hall on March 23, 2021 which focused on women, work, and caregiving.