Reaching out to you in response to the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett, and her swearing in by Chief Justice John Roberts today. As we have said, we oppose the process and are wary of what this new SCOTUS configuration foretells. Here is our statement, released this morning. STATEMENT FROM THE ERA COALITION AND FUND … Continue reading SCOTUS and VOTE EQUALITY!
We are very excited to invite you to our next virtual Town Hall on Monday, October 26th, from 6-7pm ET, for a conversation about the Equal Rights Amendment and the impact in the LGBTQIA+ Community. Given the endangered state of equality with the prospect of a 6-3 conservative leaning Supreme Court, what can we be sure … Continue reading Equality in jeopardy! Join us for our LGBTQIA+ Town Hall
We are just 12 days away from an election that could determine the fate of the Equal Rights Amendment. What is at stake? Legal and lived equality for all women and girls, transgender and non-binary individuals. It is crucial that voters know if their candidates are pro-equality when they enter the ballot box on November 3rd. Today, the ERA … Continue reading 12 Days to Determine the Fate of the ERA
On the eve of the Senate Judiciary Committee vote to send Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the full Senate for a vote, we express our continued concern. This unseemly rush is an affront to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and all of us who respect her legacy of work in the interest of all Americans. A 6-3 Supreme Court endangers many of the hard-won victories for equality in the Court.
We believe that the case for the Equal Rights Amendment is made stronger than ever.
We are watching– along with many of you — the Senate Judiciary Hearings –the prelude to the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
It is an unacceptable rush to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It is clear that our rights to equality and freedom are in danger. Justice Ginsburg’s lifetime of work on behalf of women must not be erased.
On this day of celebrating the contributions and sacrifices of our country’s Indigenous people, a day after celebrating Coming Out Day for the LGBTQI+ community, and the International Day of the Girl. All things we care deeply about.
On this day we are also watching the confirmation hearing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Participating in those hearings, Senator Kamala Harris, Democratic candidate for Vice President of the United States. So much of what we care about is at stake here.